Constructive Discharge Attorneys in Burbank

Helping Illegally Discharged Workers Seek Justice

What is a Constructive Discharge or Constructive Termination?
In California, it is illegal for an employer to create a workplace that is so intolerable that an employee is forced to resign, quit, or retire instead of having to endure the intolerable working conditions. In those situations, even if the employee resigns, quits, or retires, he or she may have a case against the employer for constructive discharge, which is also known as constructive termination.

Instead of continuing to suffer harassment, I chose to quit my job; do I have any rights? 
Yes. Depending on the circumstances, if you were forced to resign or quit instead of continuing to endure unlawful harassment, your resignation was not “voluntary” and you may have a claim against your employer for constructive discharge. Contact the employment lawyers in Burbank at the Akopyan Law Firm to schedule a complimentary case evaluation.

I chose to retire rather than continue to suffer Age Discrimination; do I have rights? 
Yes, even if you retired, depending on the circumstances you may have rights. If your resignation was because you experienced intolerable discrimination, then under California’s law, you may have a constructive discharge claim.

My manager yells and screams at me all the time and/or makes unfair comments, and I quit rather than suffer more of my supervisor’s abuse; do I have rights?
Depending on the circumstances, you may have a constructive discharge claim, especially if the threats were not corrected or fixed by management and were continuous and intolerable. Our employment law attorneys in Burbank can help you determine if you have a case.

Call the Akopyan Law Firm today at (818) 509-9975 to schedule a complimentary case evaluation.