My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: California,
I work for a company that often requires we stay in motels for 1 to 2 weeks at a time (paid for by the company) they put 2 people per room. About a year ago the person they had me sharing a room with had drugs with her left them on her bed when she left to go to jobsite, housekeeping found them reported to police, after both of us being being questioned and accused by police for awhile and them saying that both of us were going to be arrested , she admitted they were hers. She was arrested , charged and convicted for this.
I was very upset about this whole ordeal., The onsite supervisor knew what had happened, told me he had reported it to the district supervisor, and that I didn't need to worry about anything like that happening again.
About five weeks here is the same person still working for the company she said they never even said anything at all to her about it, and that I am lucky she admitted it was hers that she should have denied it and they wouldn't have been able to prove it was hers, acting like I owed her something for not getting both of us arrested. We didn't have motel rooms at the job I encountered her at then, . But not very much longer down the road here she is scheduled to be my roommate at another job. I ended up sleeping in my car at several jobsites because I wasn't about to stay in a room with her again. Then I declined a few jobs because she was scheduled to work them also, and I really don't like having to work with her. Now my employer says they don't have any work for me. But she is working all the time.
So I am wondering if there is anything I can do ?