Most employees are unaware that if they find themselves as a victim of a wrongful act in the workplace, they in most circumstances only have 180-days or less from the act to file a claim against their employer. If you are a teacher and received notice of termination, your time limit to request a hearing is within 10 days of the notice of non-renewal/termination.
There are no fees attached to calling Employee Rights to find out how to file a complaint because you are suffering from:
- Sexual Harassment
- Disability Discrimination
- Race Discrimination
- Age Discrimination
- Religious Discrimination
- Pregnancy Discrimination
- Wrongful Discharge
- Workplace Harassment
- Unemployment Hearings
- Overtime and Wage Claims
- Injury on the Job/Workers’ Compensation
- Family Medical Leave Violations
- Sick-time leave violations
- Teacher Termination Hearings
- National Labor Relations violations
- Unemployment Compensation Claims & Appeals
- And many more – please contact us with your concerns!
In some instances, Employee Rights can assist you and/or represent you in the filing of your complaints. Give us a call to determine how we may be able to help you.