The delicate balance between employer and employee is a constantly shifting dance involving respect, discipline, expectations, communication, and human relations. While companies are trusted to provide proper pay, fair working conditions, humane treatment, among other important workplace factors, employees are expected to reciprocate these quality attributes with efficient and timely productivity. When this balance has been compromised, the whole ambience of a workplace can shift, resulting in disenfranchised workers who need the help of employment attorneys. Some of the major issues that are unfortunately common and cause these types of disruptions of balance include:
- Unpaid Wage Claims
- Wage & Overtime Claims
- Americans with Disabilities Act (ACA) Violations
- Racial Discrimination
- Sexual Harassment
- Cause for Whistleblowing
- Family and Medical Leave Act Violations
When an employer takes advantage of one of their employees for one or more of these reasons, it adversely affects the relationship they hold and can result in dire and unfair situations for the oppressed employee.
If you are an employee that has been placed in this type of uncomfortable situation, where your dignity and livelihood have been threatened by unfair treatment or discipline, then you need the help of an employment attorney. Employment attorneys understand, with great detail, the confines of the law and the situation you may have found yourself in. They can significantly increase your chances of fighting back and winning well-deserved compensation for your troubles.If you live in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and you are looking for help resolving an employment law issues, contact one of our employment attorneys today and find out how they can help you settle your case. You will benefit from being compensated for the financial and emotional burdens placed upon your shoulder for illegal reasons. Another advantage of these types of settlements is to help make the message very clear that employees should be respected and not taken advantage of. Call 225-343-2205 today for a free evaluation of your case by one of our employment attorneys. Find out how you can work together to teach your employer, or former employer, why making the mistake they made is costly and wrong.