Employment Law

In a perfect world, all employers would be law-abiding and treat their employees with courtesy and respect.  Unfortunately, the reality is that some employers subject their employees to illegal discrimination and other unlawful conduct.

Employment discrimination generally refers to any unfair treatment in the workplace that is based upon age, disability, gender, race or color, national origin, or religious beliefs.  Discrimination of this nature is in violation of state and federal anti-discrimination laws.

In addition to being discriminated against, employees may suffer unlawful treatment in the forms of violations of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).

If your employer has violated one of the state and federal laws that protect employees, you may be entitled to substantial compensation.

To learn more about your rights as an employee, click on the links below:

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