An Employment Law Attorney Committed to Fighting Workplace Injustice
Most employers observe federal and state laws that afford employees a fair wage and a safe, harassment-free work environment. But when worker rights are violated and an employee faces illegal wage practices, discrimination, wrongful termination and more, life on-the-job can be distressing and financially burdensome. Workers battling unfair work conditions can trust employment law attorney Gregory Thyberg, based in Sacramento, CA. He has over 35 years of legal experience and has stood up for workers’ rights in virtually every area of labor law. Contact his office today to receive a no-obligation case review and find out how he can put his legal experience to work for you.
What Is Employment Law?
Employment law covers nearly all areas of the employer and employee relationship. There are thousands of federal and state laws that are designed to protect workers' rights. The core of workers’ rights aims to outlaw discrimination through a series of laws that ensure a safe work environment and a fair wage for work performed. When it comes to any employment decision—be it hiring, promotions, pay, benefits, firing, or anything else—discrimination laws prohibit employers from considering factors such as:
- Family Medical Leave
- Sexual Orientation
- Marital Status
- Medical Condition
The core of workers’ rights aim to outlaw discrimination through a series of laws that ensure a safe work environment and a fair wage for work performed.
If you have been discriminated against by an employer, our team is here to fight for your rights. Discrimination in the workplace can include:
- Workplace Harassment: An employee who endures unwelcome and offensive conduct at the workplace as a result of their race, color, sex, disability, age, nationality, or genetic information is a victim of workplace harassment.
- Gender Discrimination: This type of discrimination is most often associated with women, but does overlap and provide protections against pregnancy discrimination, sexual harassment, and gender identity discrimination.
- Disability Discrimination: Employers may not discriminate against capable employees regardless of disability and must make reasonable accommodations for disabilities.
- Family Medical Leave (FMLA) Discrimination: An employer may not prevent or retaliate against an employee who takes FMLA for pregnancy, disabilities, or other medically-substantiated reasons that fall under FMLA protections.
- Wage and Hour: There are a host of tactics that employers will rely on to avoid paying employees what they are due, from misclassifying workers to not paying for overtime, and more.
- Whistleblower/Qui Tam Activities: Workers who report illegal activities are protected from retaliation by the employer under whistleblower laws.
What ThybergLaw Can Do For You
Gregory Thyberg has represented many clients both in court and in settlement negotiations, and he strives to secure superior settlement offers for his clients. He uses objective metrics to prove acts of discrimination and assists clients in preserving evidence that will substantiate their claim. He believes in aggressively pursuing unscrupulous businesses while treating clients compassionately. When you hire ThybergLaw to represent you, you can expect to receive maximum compensation through mediation, rather than trial. In addition, Mr. Thyberg is available to respond to clients’ needs 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Schedule Your Free Case Review Today
Gregory Thyberg is passionate about standing up for workers’ rights and wants to help you if you have faced injustice in the workplace. If you have endured discrimination, wage violations, or harassment, contact ThybergLaw online today for your free case review. You can also call our office at (916) 204-9173 to schedule your consultation or to speak to a member of our team.