There are many employers who may try and fire their employees as quickly as possible. Some may even go the distance and fire their employees without any additional information. In some cases, this could be considered as wrongful termination, and the fired employee would have the right to sue the employer.
To protect themselves, employers have developed different tactics and ways of forcing the employee into resignation. Here are some of those situations, and tips to recognize them if you believe that you are being forced into resignation.
Increased Work Hours
If your employer forces you to work longer hours than usual, it could mean that you are being forced out of your workplace without even being aware of it. Sure, you may get paid more, but on the other hand, you will feel pressured and exhausted and it may change your other plans. By working more, you will have less time for your family and other activities. In the end, you may be forced to file a resignation simply because there is too much work.
If this happened to you, consider talking with our Los Angeles Wrongful Termination Attorneys. Perhaps you were forced into resignation, and if that is true, our attorneys may help you file a lawsuit against your employer for wrongful termination.
If your employer or your coworkers start treating you differently, it is time to start questioning things. What if all of a sudden you start hearing unpleasant jokes? What if these jokes start making you feel uncomfortable? Many people have filed a resignation simply because they do not feel comfortable working in such a workplace; others, on the other hand, have claimed that their jobs were so unpleasant and unsatisfying that they had to quit.
But did you ever think that this was all your employer’s masterplan? Perhaps your employer wanted your resignation, and this was a way to get it. You will not know for sure until you consult with one of our highly experienced Wrongful Termination Attorneys in Los Angeles. Give us a call today, and let us know of your problems at work and why you were forced to resign. Perhaps you were being a victim of discrimination, and your resignation could be accounted as “wrongful termination”. Either way, you may be a victim and you could be eligible to file a claim and receive compensation for wrongful discrimination and/or discrimination at the workplace.
Remember that you are not alone and that there are many people just like you, forced into resignation by their employers. If this happened to you recently, you should definitely seek legal help and representation. Our attorneys will help evaluate your case and guide you through the process. Before you know it, you will receive wrongful termination compensation and will be able to continue with your life. Do not let anyone discriminate you for whatever reason, and if you spot anything “weird” and abnormal at work, whether a change in someone’s behavior or in the way you are being treated, consult with our attorneys immediately.