Something’s not right at work. Your boss is treating you strangely. The situation leaves you anxious and upset—and threatens your ability to make a solid living.
You shouldn’t have to put up with a toxic environment at work.
The poor treatment you’re seeing on the job could even be illegal.
State and federal laws forbid your employer from discriminating against you.
If they violate those laws, they may owe you compensation to steady your life.
An experienced employment law attorney from Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal can help you achieve a financial settlement, reinstatement to a job, or improvements in your workplace.
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Any of the following incidents could be an indicator that your employer is wrongfully discriminating against you at work:
When you sense that you’re being treated unfairly at work, it’s important to keep track of the incidents you’re experiencing.
Describe what happened in a journal or diary. Report every episode to your company’s human resources department.
If you can show there was a pattern of bad behavior, not just a single occurrence, that makes a stronger case.
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The Ohio workplace discrimination lawyers at Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal can help you identify when your employer’s behavior is legally wrong.