Retaliation

Most Federal employment laws prohibit retaliation. Retaliation occurs when an employer punishes an employee for participating in legally protected activity. Retaliation can include but is not limited to: termination; demotion; change in job description, position or shift; or a salary reduction.

If you’ve filed a claim for workplace discrimination or even discussed the filing of such a claim, there is the possibility that your employer may feel threatened and engage in acts of retaliation as a means of silencing your complaint or preventing you from asserting your legal rights.

Espy Law has the experience necessary to determine whether you’ve been the victim of illegal retaliation by your employer.

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