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November 2014 Archives

Ex-employee claims her rights were violated

Every year, far too many employees suffer because of workplace discrimination, wrongful termination and other violations of their rights. From Chaska to Minneapolis and throughout Minnesota, it is imperative for workers who are going through this firsthand to stand up for their rights. There are many ways employers continue to let their workers down, including failure to pay benefits and requiring workers to put in unpaid overtime. However, when employee rights are violated, those responsible have to be held accountable for their behavior.

Ex-employee claims her rights were violated

Every year, far too many employees suffer because of workplace discrimination, wrongful termination and other violations of their rights. From Chaska to Minneapolis and throughout Minnesota, it is imperative for workers who are going through this firsthand to stand up for their rights. There are many ways employers continue to let their workers down, including failure to pay benefits and requiring workers to put in unpaid overtime. However, when employee rights are violated, those responsible have to be held accountable for their behavior.

Top reasons to file a wrongful termination lawsuit

Minnesota is an “at-will” employment state, and as such, this gives both employers and employees certain rights. Employees are allowed to quit a job at any time, but employers are also able to fire a worker with no notice. At Neaton & Puklich, P.L.L.P., we understand the rights and protections employees have in regards to employment, as defined by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Top reasons to file a wrongful termination lawsuit

Minnesota is an “at-will” employment state, and as such, this gives both employers and employees certain rights. Employees are allowed to quit a job at any time, but employers are also able to fire a worker with no notice. At Neaton & Puklich, P.L.L.P., we understand the rights and protections employees have in regards to employment, as defined by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Minnesota gym teacher considering wrongful termination case

An employer may decide to fire someone for valid reasons such as coming in late to work, not doing the job well or not getting along with customers or co-workers. However, it still occurs that people in Minnesota and across the country are fired for reasons that are considered unjust or discriminatory. Workplace discrimination, up to and including wrongful termination, violates civil rights and employment laws.

Minnesota gym teacher considering wrongful termination case

An employer may decide to fire someone for valid reasons such as coming in late to work, not doing the job well or not getting along with customers or co-workers. However, it still occurs that people in Minnesota and across the country are fired for reasons that are considered unjust or discriminatory. Workplace discrimination, up to and including wrongful termination, violates civil rights and employment laws.

Filing a claim for employment harassment or discrimination

In recent weeks, we’ve discussed the topic of workplace harassment and discrimination and how these actions can affect employees. Harassment or discrimination in the workplace is a serious matter, and it affects an untold number of workers in Minnesota as well as throughout the country. When it occurs, employees have the right to file employment discrimination charges against their employer, particularly if the harassment negatively affected their job or resulted in unfair discipline.

Filing a claim for employment harassment or discrimination

In recent weeks, we’ve discussed the topic of workplace harassment and discrimination and how these actions can affect employees. Harassment or discrimination in the workplace is a serious matter, and it affects an untold number of workers in Minnesota as well as throughout the country. When it occurs, employees have the right to file employment discrimination charges against their employer, particularly if the harassment negatively affected their job or resulted in unfair discipline.