RETALIATION IN RESPONSE TO WORKPLACE COMPLAINTS
When employees suffer discrimination, have unpaid wages, or blow the whistle on company fraud, they often suffer retaliation in response to their complaints. Federal and state law protect against certain kinds of retaliation for employees who make complaints about unpaid wages, discrimination, or whistleblowing/fraud.
Federal and state laws protect against all kinds of retaliation, such as a boss yelling at an employee for complaining about unfair work assignments if—and only if—the assignments are made in a way that discriminates based on race, gender, age, religion, disability, or other protected category.
If you think you have experienced workplace retaliation, you should contact employment attorneys with experience handling retaliation. The attorneys at Pelton Graham are experienced in advocating for clients who have experienced retaliation after complaining about discrimination and unpaid wages. We are happy to talk with you and answer any questions about discrimination. Consultations are free, and as contingency fee attorneys, we do not get paid unless we recover for you.
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You should contact an attorney experienced in handling workplace retaliation matters to discuss your personal situation and discover what claims you may have. The attorneys at Pelton Graham are experienced at advocating for clients who have experienced retaliation and are happy to talk with you about your experience. Consultations are free, and as contingency fee attorneys, we do not get paid unless we recover for you.