Workplace Retaliation: Don’t Let Your Rights Be Violated A Second Time
Recognizing Retaliatory Actions And Behaviors
Retaliation is any adverse action that an employer takes against an employee who engages in a protected activity. Protected activities include:
- Reporting harassment
- Speaking out about discrimination
- Supporting a coworker’s discrimination claim
- Filing a charge of discrimination with the EEOC or Pennsylvania Human Rights Commission (PHRC)
If you engaged in one of these activities and then experienced retaliation, I will take the necessary steps to hold your employer accountable. Harassment, demotion, reduction in pay, certain types of shift changes and termination are all forms of retaliation – and they are all against the law.
By carefully reviewing documentation and interviewing witnesses, I will determine whether your employer engaged in illegal retaliatory action. I have been very successful in helping clients get reinstated to their jobs following a wrongful termination. I also have a proven track record of success at trial.
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