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Understanding your rights as an employee can be complicated. Even in the best workplaces, employers may be ignoring laws that are in place to protect workers from harassment or discrimination. Employers may be ignoring important safety regulations, or laws that provide you with time off to take care of a sick family member.

There are many reasons you may need an employment attorney. EmploymentAttorneyHome.com is here to provide you with information about employment law and how it applies to your work situation.

Whether you have been fired or laid off, you may have a right to claim severance and unemployment benefits. You may have been a victim of harassment on your job, and be entitled to compensation. You may have been discriminated against by your employer. Or, your employer may have denied or be contesting a workers' compensation claim from an injury you received on the job.

The Purpose of Employment Law

To protect you as an employee from any mistreatment by your employer

Some of the first items addressed by early employment laws were establishing fair wages, preventing children from being exploited and limiting the number of hours worked in a week. Employers were also required to protect their employees and prevent dangerous accidents, as well as providing a clean workplace. These basic benefits are still an important part of current employment law.

Employment law has also established standards that are mandatory for employers regarding benefits provided to you as an employee. Benefits like health insurance, workers' compensation and unemployment compensation are all due to provisions established by employment law.

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Employment lawyers can:

  • Research all recent changes in Labor laws pertaining to you and your case
  • File any and all lawsuits or claims relating to you and your case
  • In what may be the most important of all the things an employment attorney can do for you, he or she will fight for you in court.

Types of cases Employment Attorneys Handle:

  • Pensions
  • Workplace safety
  • Collective bargaining
  • Worker's compensation
  • Unemployment compensation
  • Employment discrimination
  • Sexual harassment
  • Overtime claims
  • Whistleblower litigation