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Connecticut Workplace Retaliation Lawyer

Employee Rights and Whistleblower Claims

Employees often suffer retaliation for reporting wrongdoing, failure to comply with criminal acts of employers or when taking legal action for illegal conduct. If you have suffered workplace retaliation, including wrongful termination, it is important to consult with an employment attorney as soon as possible to protect your rights. Employee Advocates, LLC, serves clients throughout Connecticut and is dedicated to securing your immediate and long-term interests, both personally and professionally.

Retaliation, Termination, and Your Rights

Any adverse employer action motivated by an employee's exercise or assertion of a protected right can be considered retaliation. Mistreatment in the workplace, demotion and wrongful termination are all acts of retaliation. A fired employee has several options, including the right to sue an employer and collect damages. While most employees are at will, employers can be held liable for illegal termination or other acts of retaliation.

Our Connecticut workplace retaliation attorney handles cases involving:

Training for Small Businesses

In most cases, employers have the right to discharge an employee for any number of reasons or no reason at all. However, if the termination involves discrimination, a breach of contract or any other illegal action, including retaliation, small business owners may be at risk for employee lawsuits. The best defense is to be trained on worker's rights in order to avoid lawsuits. Our lawyer and staff are experienced in working with small business owners from start-up through dispute resolution to minimize the impact and exposure of an employee retaliation claim.

Waterbury Whistleblower Protection Attorney Serving Clients Statewide

For a free consultation to discuss your case with an attorney or to learn about employment law protections, please call 888-496-0638 or contact Employee Advocates, LLC, by e-mail.