12 Legit Reasons Employees Can (And Should) Sue Their Employers

Being an employee brings both rights and duties. While the responsibilities and penalties are often crystal clear, many remain unaware of their legal rights.

Knowledge is power, so here are twelve reasons you may sue your employer for violating your rights.

Contracts expire, work relationships end, and separations happen. However, amid this frequent occurrence, one may be fired unfairly. Such termination can be sued for violating state employment laws.

Troublesome Termination

You can file a discrimination lawsuit if you are part of a legally protected class and prove you have suffered adverse employment action because of your protected attributes.

Discrimination Dimensions

Forms of harassment and abuse recognized under the law allow you to file an employee lawsuit if HR fails to resolve the issue.

Harassment Horror

You can legally sue employers for discrimination, as all applicants must be treated equally during the selection process.

Illegal Interviewing

Any unfair treatment that is out of the laid out procedure can account for a lawsuit. Hence, remember to know the ins and outs of your company policy.

Discipline Disasters

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