How To Prove Workplace Retaliation

How To Prove Workplace Retaliation

If your employer retaliates against you because you filed a discrimination charge or because you participated in a hearing, your employer’s adverse job action against you is illegal. Employers in New Jersey and Pennsylvania are prohibited from retaliating against employees because they have exercised their rights. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is the federal agency

What Are Whistleblower Rewards? How Do They Work?

The government offers monetary incentives to people who expose certain types of illegal activities. These incentives are called whistleblower awards. Under federal law, the government is required to reward people who blow the whistle with a percentage of the money that the government is able to recover because of their whistleblowing. As a reward for

What is Front Pay?

Losing your job can be devastating. While employers may fire employees for nearly any reason and at any time, they are not allowed to terminate workers for a prohibited purpose such as discrimination. If your employer wrongfully fired you, you may have legal rights to recover damages. Among the damages that you might be able