Discrimination and retaliation come in many forms in the workplace. Sometimes the misconduct is obvious, such as a sexual or racial slur, or a failure to pay for overtime or provide meal breaks. Other times the illegal conduct can also be concealed such as differences in pay between men and women, or among different age groups. If you are an employee in this situation, you need the advice of experienced lawyers who are committed to representing your best interests and advise you on whether to file a public lawsuit immediately or whether to attempt to negotiate a private resolution.
All employees have basic rights in the workplace -- including the right to expect fair treatment without discrimination. Employees also have the right to some amount of privacy including personal belongings and private conversations.
If you feel you have been treated unfairly or subjected to discrimination or invasion of your privacy, give us a call.
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