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Retaliation is common in personal and business relationships. In the employment context retaliation can take many forms; some illegal and some not. If you experience retaliation after exercising your rights under certain employment laws you may be entitled to compensation. Contact a PA retaliation lawyer to discuss your case.
Many employment law statutes protect employees who oppose employment practices made unlawful by those very statutes. For example, an employee who requests a reasonable accommodation under the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) is protected from retaliation.
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects employees who complain about unlawful workplace harassment or discrimination based upon race, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender or pregnancy. The ADEA protects employees who complain about age discrimination.
In all of these case, the successful employee may be entitled to compensation; especially if she experiences an adverse employment action. Adverse employment actions can take many forms, including, but not limited to, denial of promotion, written or verbal warnings, being placed on a performance improvement plan, harassment, demotion or discharge.
If you have a question regarding employer retaliation, contact a PA retaliation lawyer. Attorney Preissman can help you sort out whether or not you are the victim of illegal retaliation and, if so, can provide aggressive, experienced and diligent legal representation.
Do you believe that you have been subjected to illegal retaliation because you:
- Reported what you perceived to be workplace harassment of yourself or another employee?
- Reported what you perceived to be age, race, gender, pregnancy or disability discrimination of yourself or a co-worker?
- Refused the sexual advances of your boss or a supervisor?
- Complained about a sexually hostile work environment or sexual harassment?
- Requested a reasonable accommodation for your physical or mental health condition under the ADA?
- Requested regular or intermittent leave under the Family Medical Leave Act?
- Assisted another employee in reporting workplace harassment or employment discrimination?
- Complained about not being paid for all of the hours that you worked?
If so, call Pennsylvania employment lawyer Bruce Preissman today! Attorney Preissman has successfully handled a wide variety of retaliation claims, including claims of retaliation after: reporting workplace harassment, reporting employment discrimination, refusing sexual advances, requesting accommodations, filing charges with the EEOC and/or otherwise exercising protected rights.
You do not have to tolerate unlawful retaliation!
A successful claim of unlawful retaliation may result in financial compensation, the reinstatement of your job and/or other relief.