Tag: retaliation

  • 10 Signs You’re Facing Retaliation for Taking FMLA Leave

    10 Signs You’re Facing Retaliation for Taking FMLA Leave

    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…

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  • Guide to Understanding the Policy of Non-Retaliation

    Guide to Understanding the Policy of Non-Retaliation

    Do you want to know what the policy of non-retaliation is? We explain non-retaliation policies in the workplace and discuss the legal protections you have.

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  • What Is Workers’ Compensation Retaliation?

    What Is Workers’ Compensation Retaliation?

    Are you struggling with workers’ compensation retaliation? We help by discussing signs of retaliation, settlement amounts, and how to win a claim.

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  • False Claims Act Retaliation & Your Rights

    False Claims Act Retaliation & Your Rights

    Do you need to know more about false claims act retaliation? We discuss false claims act retaliation damages, provisions, statute of limitations, and more.

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  • Are You Protected From Retaliation Under the Florida Whistleblower Act?

    Are You Protected From Retaliation Under the Florida Whistleblower Act?

    The Florida Whistleblower Act was enacted to protect public and private sector employees from being terminated or retaliated against by their employers for reporting illegal or unethical acts perpetrated by their employers. But who is classified as a whistleblower in Florida and what rights do these individuals have under Florida law? Who Is Defined as…

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  • 9 Reasons to Hire an Employment Attorney to Recover Your Overtime Pay

    9 Reasons to Hire an Employment Attorney to Recover Your Overtime Pay

    Under federal law, your employer is required to pay you for all hours worked, including a premium for work performed over 40 hours per week, unless you fall into a narrow category of employees “exempt” from the overtime rules. If you worked overtime and were not compensated properly for the work you performed over 40…

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  • How to Handle Workplace Retaliation

    How to Handle Workplace Retaliation

    Workplace retaliation is belittling and can feel surreal. Many clients come to us only at the point of extreme escalation like firing because they had such a hard time believing it was happening. What starts out as a “cold shoulder” from the boss quickly erodes into missed meeting invites, demotions, and when that message isn’t…

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  • Bad Bosses: How Employers Retaliate Against Employees

    Bad Bosses: How Employers Retaliate Against Employees

    Workplace retaliation can come in a number of different forms. The most obvious is being fired after engaging in a protected action such as complaining about discrimination in the workplace. But workplace retaliation isn’t always that straightforward. Some forms are so subtle employees don’t realize what is going on until it escalates to a condition…

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  • 3 Ways to Document Workplace Retaliation

    3 Ways to Document Workplace Retaliation

    If you think you are a victim of workplace retaliation, the first step is compiling the reasons why and the proof involved in the situation. But what constitutes good proof? What will help your argument and how should it be collected? While that may vary on a case-by-case basis, there are some particulars attorneys and…

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  • Can I Sue for Workplace Retaliation?

    Can I Sue for Workplace Retaliation?

    Sometimes people feel the only way to be heard is through a lawsuit. They feel intimidated and bullied by an employer or a co-worker and it seems the only way to get people to pay attention to their rights is to threaten to sue. Sometimes that’s the only recourse. Deciding to Sue for Workplace Retaliation…

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