Have you been the victim of employment discrimination?
Employee rights consist of laws that govern an employer’s fair treatment of an employee, former employee or employment applicant. If an employer fails and violates employee rights, the employee may have grounds for a lawsuit. If you have been refused employment, passed over for a promotion or terminated due to discrimination, your employment rights have been violated.
The federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is responsible for investigating complaints regarding alleged workplace discrimination. If you believe you’re being discriminated against because of a protected characteristic, you can file a complaint with the EEOC so they can investigate the situation. You must first file a complaint with the EEOC before you can take legal action against your employer.
If you feel you have experienced employment discrimination and are considering filing a complaint to the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, contact an EEOC lawyer at Legal Launch for advice regarding your case.
Experienced EEOC Attorney
Our EEOC lawyers have experience representing clients in employment discrimination claims, involving:
- Workplace Rights
- Age Discrimination
- Racial Discrimination
- Gender Discrimination
- Proving Employment Rights
- Federal Employment Rights Laws
- Memphis Labor Laws
- Wrongful Discharge
- Whistleblower Claims
- Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
Contact an EEOC Law Expert at Legal Launch: (901) 737-7740
Our EEOC attorney counselors appreciate the serious nature of discrimination in the workplace and are dedicated to helping victims stop the harassment and recover damages for the injuries sustained. If necessary, our EEOC lawyers can help employee rights clients file an EEOC complaint (equal employment opportunity commission) and, if necessary, an EEOC employment law lawsuit.
To learn more about filing an EEOC complaint, contact an EEOC attorney at Legal Launch today at (901) 737-7740.