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Habachihana Grill Work Discrimination and Wrongful Termination Lawsuit Lawyers

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If you were discriminated against at work or wrongfully terminated, you could have the right to file a lawsuit. If this unlawful termination/discrimination occurred at Habachihana Grill, our employment attorneys here at the Downtown L.A. Law Group are ready to provide you with the representation that you need to fight for your rights under employment law and recover the payout that you are owed. If you are ready to speak with our employment lawyers, contact us today.

About Habachihana Grill

Habachihana is a hibachi grill restaurant with multiple locations across Southern California, including Orange, Anaheim, Yorba Linda, Huntington Beach, and Costa Mesa. Habachihana Grill, like all other restaurants, depend on their employees to be able to serve their guests. However, Habachihana Grill does not always treat their employees with the respect that they deserve. If you were subject to pregnancy discrimination, racial discrimination, wrongful termination, or any sort of discrimination while working at Habachihana Grill, you could have grounds to file a lawsuit. For more information about your right to file a lawsuit under employment law, contact us today.

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What is Workplace Discrimination?

Under California law, specifically the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), it is illegal for employers to discriminate their employees for the following protected characteristics:

  • Race and color
  • National origin and ancestry
  • Age (only 40 and older)
  • Sexual orientation
  • Gender identity
  • Gender expression
  • Sex and gender (including pregnancy)
  • Medical conditions
  • Genetic information
  • Marital status
  • Military and veteran status

Discrimination can be apparent in job listings (job descriptions), during interviews, and during the rest of the hiring process. In existing employees, discrimination can be apparent in specific working conditions, assignments/duties, opportunities, promotions, demotions, transfers, and terminations, for instance.

Racial Discrimination While Working at Habachihana Grill

Discrimination on the basis of race is one of the most common types of workplace discrimination. Employees might suffer mistreatment based on their race. Some examples of race discrimination in the workplace can include the following:

  • Being undesigned to tasks considered undesirable or low tier
  • Being denied time off while others’ requests are approved
  • Being subjected to rules that others are not subjected to
  • Being subjected to consequences that others are not subjected to
  • Being paid less for the same work being performed
  • Being passed up for promotions and other opportunities even when qualified in favor of an employee of the favored race
Pregnancy Discrimination While Working at Habachihana Grill

Pregnancy discrimination is also very common. Employees might be treated differently from the moment that their pregnancy becomes known. Examples of pregnancy discrimination may include the following:

  • Being demoted or fired immediately or soon after the employer finds out about the pregnancy
  • Being denied light-duty requests
  • Being denied time-off from work for prenatal care
  • Being demoted or fired after informing the employer about going on leave
  • Being denied additional breaks to express breastmilk
  • Being denied a private area to express breastmilk
  • Being fired or demoted after coming back from leave
Wrongful Termination from Habachihana Grill

Any type of workplace discrimination that ultimately leads to the employee being unlawfully fired can be considered wrongful termination. Wrongful termination is usually the final form of workplace discrimination that could follow weeks, months, or years of discrimination against the employee. Unfortunately, many employers get away with these unlawful terminations because they make up reasons for the termination. For example, they might claim that the termination is based on performance issues, misconduct, or even restructuring of the company. Wrongful termination is illegal, and it is important that employees who have been wrongfully terminated on the basis of protected characteristics as outlined by state employment law seek legal help as soon as possible.

Taking Action for Workplace Discrimination and Wrongful Termination

In California, all employment claims including work discrimination claims and wrongful termination claims must go through the state’s employment agency, which is the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH). The DFEH enforces state employment laws and is responsible for handling employment claims. When the DFEH receives a complaint, the agency investigates the complaint to determine whether the FEHA (or other state employment laws) have been violated. If so, the DFEH will act against the employer.

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Civil Lawsuits against Employers

Can I file a civil lawsuit against Habachihana Grill? Yes, you could pursue a civil employment claim. To do so, you must actually get the right to sue from the DFEH, since all employment claims must go through this agency. Once affected employees have been granted the right to sue, they can pursue civil action with the help of an experienced employment attorney to sue Habachihana Grill.

Ultimately, if you pursue an employment claim you could be compensation for the discrimination that you suffered. Based on the details surrounding your claim, you could be entitled to receive compensation for lost pay, lost benefits, pain and suffering, and more. Here at our law firm, our employment attorneys are ready to provide you with the guidance that you need to recover the maximum compensation available for your employment claim against Habachihana Grill.

Contact the Habachihana Grill Employment Lawyers at Downtown L.A. Law Group Today!

If you suffered any discrimination at work or were wrongfully terminated, you could have the right to pursue an employment claim. You could also be eligible to recover compensation. Here at the Downtown L.A. Law Group, our employment lawyers have decades of experience and are fully committed to providing you with the guidance that you need to fight for your rights under employment law and get justice for the mistreatment that you suffered. If you are ready to speak with our work discrimination attorneys, contact us today.

Our law firm offers free case evaluations, which include free consultations and free second opinions. During these free legal services, our employment lawyers will be available to answer all your questions and address all your concerns. You can be certain that our team will provide you with all the information that you need to begin or even continue your claim (if you are looking to switch representation). To schedule a free case evaluation, contact us today.

Our law firm offers a Zero-Fee Guarantee, meaning that our clients will never have to pay any upfront legal costs for their legal services. In addition, our team works on a strict contingency structure, meaning that our clients will not be responsible for paying any legal costs whatsoever. If you do not win, you will not have to worry about paying anything at all. If you are ready to discuss your employment claim against Habachihana Grill with the employment attorneys here at our law firm, contact us today.

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