Everybody knows what it means to be fired from a job. However, sometimes an employer aiming to get rid of an employee won’t actually fire the person. Instead, they create or allow to persist a hostile work environment that would force any reasonable person to quit. The law calls this a “constructive discharge,” and it’s illegal.
Constructive Discharge Employment Cases in Orange County and Los Angeles
According to a recent news article from the Huffington Post, constructive discharge cases are a lot more common than one might think, and they can be devastating to the employees who must work in these harsh environments. This article focused on a complaint recently filed in Orange County Superior Court. Continue reading