Employees have rights. You are protected from workplace retaliation.
But you must know your rights and take the appropriate action; the sooner the better.
What is retaliation?
Retaliation is any adverse employment action taken against an employee who
complained of discrimination, harassment, or other violation of workplace law.
Do employers admit retaliation?
Employers rarely admit retaliation.
Understand how to make the connection between your conduct that is protected by law
and the employer's adverse action.
Can we talk on the phone?
Yes. Take advantage of a free initial phone consultation to discuss your specific case.
Or, you can contact us via email using the contact form below.
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