Employment Agreements and Fraud

Employees in California are generally "at-will." This means that the employment relationship can be terminated at the election of either the employee or employer for almost any reason or for no reason. However, employers that enter into written contracts with their employees will generally be obligated to comply with the terms of the written agreement and to treat the employee fairly and in good faith. Employers that trick their employees into employment relationships that the employee never bargained for may be liable to the employee for fraudulent inducement of employment (fraud/misrepresentation). This often arises when an employee moves a great distance or quits a job at the invitation of a prospective employer and then is afforded less compensation and different job duties than the prospective employer originally promised.

For a free consultation with an experienced employee rights attorney, contact David Spivak:

  • Email David@SpivakLaw.com
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  • Visit The Spivak Law Firm, 9454 Wilshire Blvd., Ste 303, Beverly Hills, CA 90212
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For further information on your rights in the work place, please visit our other websites:

Discrimination FightDiscrimination.net
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Family and medical leave FMLALawyers.com
Pregnancy discrimination PregnancyRights.com
Disability discrimination FightDisabilityDiscrimination.com
Age discrimination FightAgeDiscrimination.com
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