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3 things to keep in mind if you are mistreated on the job

If you are an employee involved in a dispute with your employer, it is not unusual for you to feel intimidated or bullied into just accepting what your employer has to say. You might be told you have no options, or that any action you take to address the situation will cost you your job or end up costing you more money than you have.

These tactics are common, and unfortunately, they can be very effective. Employees across Florida may give up or give in to unfair or unlawful treatment because they do not feel as though the have the power or grounds to fight back. If this sounds like the situation you are facing, you need to understand three very important facts.

  1. You have rights. Employees are protected by numerous state and federal laws that prohibit behaviors like discrimination, wrongful termination and harassment. If you have been mistreated by your employer, you may have the law on your side.
  2. You don't have to fight this fight alone. With help and support from your attorney, you can stand up to your employer, even when you feel outnumbered or intimidated. Having legal representation allows you to level the playing field and put a stop to bullying or other scare tactics.
  3. Not every dispute needs to turn into a war. You may not want to engage in a long, contentious legal battle in the courtroom; instead, you might just want to get what you are owed and move on. You can do this by pursuing an out-of-court resolution that is fair, addresses the situation and results in the compensation or action you are seeking.

The legal process of standing up for yourself can undoubtedly be intimidating and overwhelming. However, with the help of an employment law firm like ours, you can fight to protect your rights and seek a satisfactory resolution. For more information on how we may be able to help in your specific situation, please visit our website.

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