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At Wenzel Fenton Cabassa, P.A., our employment law attorneys are experienced in protecting employees from workplace discrimination, wrongful termination, retaliation, bullying and much more. If you’re dealing with employer issues, find out why you should have a lawyer on your side.
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HELPING EMPLOYEES GET THE JUSTICE THEY DESERVE
We are relentless in our pursuit of workplace rights – and it shows. Our team of employee rights attorneys work tirelessly to defend and protect our clients from illegal workplace abuses, such as discrimination, retaliation, and unpaid wages. Although each case is different and each result is case-specific, we explore every avenue to ensure our clients are adequately compensated for their losses. Below are some of our most significant Florida employment law case results awarded to our clients.
You might have grown up hearing that talking about finances in front of others was rude. However, this does not mean publicly discussing your finances is illegal. Federal law prohibits your employer from disciplining or firing you for discussing your pay and benefits with your coworkers. The National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”) protects your right […]
When you take leave under the Family & Medical Leave Act, it’s safe to assume you’re already under some stress. It can be good stress, like taking time off to be with a new baby. Or it can be difficult, emotional distress, if, for example, you are taking time off to care for a terminally […]
Florida’s right-to-work laws grant employers the freedom to end the employment of their employees at any moment. They do not have to give any prior notice before doing so, nor do they need to provide a reason as to why they have chosen to sever the employment relationship. Still, despite how that may sound, it […]