Unfair Treatment in the Workplace
Whether it impacts one worker or 10,000, I have no tolerance for mistreatment in the workplace. Below are some of the issues that I frequently handle in my mission to right the wrongs of employers — both in Kentucky and throughout the U.S.
Unfair Wages and Hours
If your employer has forced you to work off the clock, denied you proper breaks, or paid you the wrong amount for minimum wage or overtime work, do not stay silent. With the help of an experienced attorney, you could be compensated for these wrongs.
Employers have a duty to provide proper benefits to their employees. If you, like so many others, have run into benefits-related issues with your employer, it may be in your best interests to explore your legal options.
How you are treated at the workplace should be a reflection of your skill and work ethic — not your age, race, gender, religion, or ethnicity. If you have been denied a raise or promotion, fired, or otherwise treated unfairly for such a reason, it is likely that others have, too.
Whether it is sexual harassment, bullying, general hostile behavior, or another form of workplace harassment, it needs to be stopped. Let’s join forces to put a stop to this unacceptable behavior.
In addition to discrimination, there are a number of other reasons why an employer might wrongfully terminate an employee. For example, if your employer fired you in retaliation for filing a complaint or whistleblowing, you have every right to take legal action against them.