Employment Law

Employment law is a legal area that governs the rights and duties of employers and employees in the workplace. This area of law covers a wide range of issues related to the employer-employee relationship, including:

Hiring and firing. Employment law governs the process of hiring and firing employees, including requirements related to job applications, interviews, background checks, and termination.

Wages and hours. Employment law regulates the payment of wages and the number of hours employees can work, including requirements related to minimum wage, overtime pay, and meal and rest breaks.

Discrimination. Employment law prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, gender, religion, national origin, age, and disability in all aspects of employment, including hiring, promotions, and termination.

Harassment. Employment law prohibits harassment in the workplace, including sexual harassment and other forms of harassment based on protected characteristics.

Workplace safety. Employment law requires employers to provide a safe and healthy work environment for their employees and establishes standards for workplace safety.

Whistleblower protections. Federal employment law provides legal protections for employees who report illegal or unethical behavior by their employers.

Retaliation. What is retaliation? Retaliation occurs when an employer (through a manager, supervisor, administrator or directly) fires an employee or takes any other type of adverse action against an employee for engaging in protected activity.

Overall, employment law aims to protect the rights of employees and ensure that employers are held accountable for their actions in the workplace. If you believe your employment rights have been violated, it's important to consult with an experienced employment law attorney to understand your legal options.

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