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I live in San Francisco, CA and just meet with an attorney who said I definitely have many valid claims against my former employer but he is too small of a firm to take on my case. He suggested that because my employer was a small company (10 employees) I should contact the DFEH myself to file a legal claim. He said because I took 3 medical leaves if absence in the last 5 years that my employer will argue that was enough accommodation. I do not deny taking the leaves, 2011 for 4 months for major surgery, 2012 for 3 months after I re injured my initial 2011 injury after falling in my employers supply room but she denied me to file a workers comp claim on that one and in 2013 I was out again for 5 months due to depression and anxiety.Can I ask my employer for a copy of my personnel file?
Workplace health and safety regulations Criminal record Employment Employment law and finances Workers' compensation Employee benefits Discrimination in the workplace Disability discrimination in the workplace Employee personnel files Employee rights Protections against employer retaliation Workplace safety Sick leave and work hours Termination of employment Wrongful termination of employment Filing a lawsuit Disability discrimination Discrimination