Fired For Taking Too Many Bathroom Breaks
These days employers in all industries and categories are looking to get more and more out of their employees. It comes at a time post-pandemic where employees are in fact working longer hours, but not actually getting any more pay. Often, there is the case where an employer becomes upset for an employee who is taking too much time in the restroom. But is this a reasonable issue for the employer to make?
If an employee is stuck on an assembly line, in a retail job standing all day, or even in a professional capacity working in a fast-paced office environment, there may be little time for appropriate bathroom or restroom breaks. When businesses are finally open after the pandemic of last year, many employees are just grateful to have their old jobs back, or able to have new employment. If there are no breaks for the restroom to be had, then when the employee does to into the restroom, there may need to be a longer break, on account of the person’s personal schedule for relief being thrown off. Is this that unreasonable to allow a worker to go to the restroom when needed? We think not, and if this has happened to you, that you were fired for taking too many bathroom or restroom breaks, you need to call us right now to discuss that.
Do I Have a Case?
Yes, you have a case if your employer will not allow you to take the needed and necessary bathroom breaks that you require. Everyone’s body is different, and some people need to go more frequently to the toilet during the day to remain comfortable on the job. People need to go to the restroom or bathroom more frequently if they have had bladder, bowel or kidney problems, or if they are suffering from a medical condition such as a urinary tract infection or incontinence. People who need to go to the bathroom frequently may also be elderly workers, who may need that extra time in the facilities to feel comfortable as well.
Can I Sue – Do I Have an Employment Lawsuit Claim?
Yes, you can sue the people who wronged you in this and all similar cases. A worker who is forced to work with a full bladder will be extremely uncomfortable on the job. Being not focused on the job can get people hurt or killed in the line of duty and at the workplace. For that reason, people need to have adequate bathroom breaks on the job. Also, people need breaks in the restroom if they have a documented disability, that requires them to visit the bathroom in the workplace to feel comfortable. Any employer going against allowing a person with a disability to go to the bathroom as frequently as needed, is violating the Americans with Disabilities Act, which is illegal to do.
If you have been terminated from your job because of going to the bathroom too frequently, you need to definitely call our Los Angeles case lawyers today. We can listen to your claim, review the facts of your case, and can file a lawsuit on your behalf. We will help you in this case, to get back the money recovery compensation that you deserve. We understand that you may be frustrated, embarrassed and angry over this turn of events being fired for going to the bathroom more than the employer wants you to go. But you need to go to the facilities as many times as your biology tells you to go. We will work with you on your claim, and our case attorneys in Los Angeles can sue the people who are responsible for your losses, damages and lost wages.
Can My Employer Fire Me for Taking to Many Bathroom Breaks?
Your employer cannot dictate your bladder for you, only your body can do that. If you are terminated because your employer made a decision that you are taking an excessive number of bathroom breaks, you need to discuss this with a law firm that understands your needs. We will work with you on this sensitive case. You need a lawyer who understands what you are going through, and the challenges that you have been facing regarding taking bathroom breaks on the job. If your employer is making this difficult for you, you need to call us for getting an attorney who will not beat around the bush in this regard.
When you call us, you will be sitting down with an attorney who will give you a new perspective on winning a case, when a boss won’t let you go to the restroom or bathroom as many times as you need to go. Can you believe that this is happening to you? We have to ask, are you ready to win the lawsuit that is associated with this case? We are sure that you want to get the money you need to recover from your losses in this case, and we can help you if you call us today. We are ready, willing and able to help you right now, but you must give us a call first to start that process going.
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