Were You Retaliated Against At Work? A Lawyer Can Help
Our Ohio employer retaliation attorneys fight for you
As an employee, you have a right to a workplace that is free of unlawful harassment, discrimination and retaliation. Unfortunately, some employers retaliate against employees who report these types of issues (and others) in the workplace.
If you believe your employer retaliated against you for reporting workplace misconduct, make sure you talk to an experienced Ohio employment law attorney right away. Make sure you contact Nilges Draher LLC.
We offer free case evaluations. During your free case evaluation, you will talk to one of our experienced employment attorneys. That attorney will answer all of your questions and explain the law that applies to your circumstances. If we believe you have a claim, and you hire us, we will aggressively pursue your claim and hold your employer accountable for any unlawful actions.
Common workplace retaliation cases
Workplace retaliation can take many forms. For example, workplace retaliation may occur when workers report illegal actions taken by co-workers or supervisors. These reports of illegal action might involve workplace discrimination or harassment. Workplace retaliation may also occur when workers complaint about unsafe work conditions or exercise some other protected right - like taking medical leave or filing a workers' compensation claim.
Instead of taking these types of complaints seriously, some employers punish the person who made the complaint. Common examples of workplace retaliation include:
- Firing the employee who complained,
- Demoting or transferring the employee who complained,
- Harassing the employee who complained,
- Changing the complaining employee's schedule, or
- Giving the complaining employee negative performance reviews for no reason.
These are just a few examples of an employer's unlawful retaliation. If you believe your employer is retaliating against you, contact us today for your free case evaluation. We can help.
We can stand up for your rights
There are certain government agencies that investigate unlawful conduct in the workplace. For example, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) will investigate complaints of harassment, discrimination and retaliation, among other things.
Unfortunately, the EEOC and other like agencies are overwhelmed with these types of complaints. That means the complaints may not get the individual attention they deserve.
Let us give your complaint the attention it deserves. Contact us today for your free case evaluation. During your case evaluation, you will speak to an employment attorney who will answer all of your questions and explain the laws relating to retaliation that apply to your circumstances.
Remember, if your rights were violated, you only have a limited amount of time to take action against your employer. That is why it is important to contact us today to schedule your free, confidential case evaluation with an employment law attorney. We can help.