You told the truth. Now you’re paying the price.
A co-worker was harassing you and you complained about it. Turns out he’s friends with your supervisor, who has now moved you to second shift.
That’s a big problem. You’re a single mom with two kids. You need this job, but working second shift is ruining your life. To make matters worse, the workplace harassment has only gotten worse. You’re afraid to complain again.
You might not know it, but you are a victim of retaliation in the workplace. You’re being retaliated against, and you did nothing wrong.
Retaliation in the workplace is against the law. You need lawyers who know the laws about retaliation in the workplace and who are ready to fight.
You need us.
Fighting Retaliation in the Workplace
The law is on your side—you are protected from retaliation against activities the law protects. You cannot be punished for making discrimination or harassment complaints or participating in workplace investigations.
Retaliation can also take many forms: demotion, discipline, firing, salary reduction, or job or shift reassignment.
If you are a victim of retaliation in any of these forms, you should fight back. You should consult with an employment lawyer—one who is experienced in fighting workplace issues. We work every day on issues like retaliation in the workplace and we can help you fight for your rights.
Need to fight retaliation in the workplace? Here are your next steps.
You’ve been pushed far enough. It’s time to call us and find out how we can make them pay for what they’ve done to you.
Important note: Under the law, you have a limited amount of time to act.
Call us for a consultation to find out how we can ensure you get the justice you deserve. Call 419-243-9005 or click here to contact us today. Widman & Franklin LLC. has licensed employment lawyers in Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Connecticut and West Virginia.Contact Us
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