Whistle blower retaliation and wrongful term

I recently accepted a promotion to the Bay area, increase in salary and COLA compensation. In an incident that occured in January, I, after speaking with my supervisor, took an investigation to Human Resources for review, as my supervisor stated she was to busy to address it. I was then "counseled" for taking this to Human Resources by my Supervisor. In the time after that, it was quite obvious she had an issue with me. I was just termed for gross misconduct, stating due to a "lie". I never lied. and in previous investigations she herself told me specifically "we dont fire people for lying". I know for a fact that policy and procedure does not support my termination and that this was retalitory. I am looking for an attorney to take this case. Any Opinions or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

1 answer  |  asked Apr 5, 2004 3:13 PM [EST]  |  applies to California

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Richard J. Vaznaugh
Wrongful term consult

While this may be a wrongful termination -- there are too few facts to determine what, if any, causes of action exists. In this situation, I could do a pre-representation consultation for an hour or so at a discounted flat rate of $200. Please let me know if you are interested. I do have time this week or late next week. Sincerely, Richard Vaznaugh 415-593-0076

posted by Richard J. Vaznaugh  |  Apr 5, 2004 3:48 PM [EST]

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