Unwanted touching or gesturing, promising job advancement if an employee agreed to sexual or romantic activities and having uninvited x-rated conversations are examples of sexual harassment.
In Chicago, employment discrimination covers any unfair treatment based on age, gender, disability, race or religion. The Chicago employment lawyer at The Law Office of Mitchell A. Kline works tirelessly to fight discrimination.
Workers’ compensation is money paid to an employee who is injured at work. If you were injured on the job and your boss did not pay, call our Chicago employment attorney today for a free initial consultation.
Employment law encapsulates all work-related legal issues. Since 1999, the Law Office of Mitchell A. Kline has been helping the hard-working people in the Chicago area get justice from abusive employers. The field of employment law dates back to the great American Industrial Revolution. Employers sometimes worked their employees like slaves for hours on end in terrible working conditions. Employment law has blossomed into all sorts of protection for the modern-day worker and our Chicago employment law lawyer holds employers accountable for mistreating employees.
Wrongful termination occurs when any employee loses his or her job for an unjustified reason. If you were fired and you are not satisfied with the reason, contact our Chicago employment law attorney today to see whether you are entitled to compensation under a wrongful termination theory.
Yes. An employee deserves payment for every penny earned. If you were not paid for working, call our employment law attorney in Chicago today for a free consultation.
All Americans are guaranteed to have certain civil rights, and these protections surely exist in the workplace. If your civil rights were violated, you deserve compensation. Call our Chicago employment law firm today.
If an employee reports an employer’s misconduct to a higher authority and is then punished by the employer, he or she may have a strong legal claim under the whistleblower retaliation theory.
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