Workplace Retaliation Attorneys
Did Your Employer Try To Make You Into A Cautionary Tale?
If you have been demoted, have received discipline at work, or have even been fired for asserting a right that is protected by state or federal laws, that is considered retaliation and you may have a viable employment law claim against your employer. When employers make an example out of an employee, it is illegal and that employee is able to pursue compensation for damages caused by retaliation.
At the Law Office of William M. Julien, P.A., we have significant experience with retaliation claims in the workplace. We can thoroughly investigate your circumstances to determine whether it would be in your best interest to file a claim. In Boynton Beach and throughout the state of Florida, employment law lawyer has more than 25 years of employment law experience dealing with retaliation in its various forms.
What Does Retaliation Look Like?
Examples of illegal employer retaliation may include termination, demotion or harassment that comes out of:
- Filing a workers’ compensation claim
- Reporting fraudulent practices to appropriate agencies
- Complaining about sexual harassment
- Reporting discrimination in the workplace
- Taking leave for paternity or family member illness as protected under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- Complaining about wage and hour issues
It is important to understand that while wrongful termination is often a form of retaliation, you do not have to be fired in order for retaliation to have occurred. If you were demoted from a current position; given fewer hours; not given a scheduled raise or bonus; or were openly harassed, these can all be forms of retaliation on the job.
Get The Support And Protection You Deserve
If you believe that your employer is retaliating against you, it is important to act now by speaking with an attorney. Discuss your case with the Law Office of William M. Julien, P.A., and learn more about your rights under state and federal laws. Call us toll-free at 888-993-4611 to make an appointment for a free initial consultation or request one by contacting us online.