Employers can get in trouble if they are found to have fired an employee based on discrimination. The federal law states that it is illegal to fire someone based on their race, gender, disability, national origin, religion, or age (the employee must be at least 40 years old to contest this). Employers also cannot fire based on pregnancy, childbirth, or a condition related to pregnancy.
If you’re fired, it should be on the basis of not doing your job correction, not from your employer’s discrimination. Los Angeles Wrongful termination attorney at the Rager Law Firm has years of experience and will fight for your rights. Contact them for a free initial consultation at 310-527-6994.