On Your Side
In difficult economic times, people worry about challenging a supervisor or employer engaged in race discrimination or sexual harassment, or who is refusing to pay overtime or allow family leave. Employees worry that they'll lose their jobs in a time in which most people employed consider themselves lucky to have work. So they suffer in hostile work environments, enduring inappropriate and even illegal behavior in order to keep their jobs.
It doesn't have to be that way. You can stand up for yourself, your career and your family by talking to an employee rights lawyer. Learn how you can stop workplace discrimination or harassment while protecting your job. Understand the compensation you could receive for lost wages, being passed over for promotion, improper discharge, and the pain and suffering of discrimination and harassment.