Suing your Employer for Wrongful Termination
The answer to suing your employer for wrongful termination depends usually on whether you were employed at will or for a definite term under some expressed or complied contract for employment. Most employment is at will, meaning that the employee can be terminated for any reason, or for no reason at all, with or without cause or notice. The employee can quit on that basis as well.
Suing Your Employer for Sexual Harassment
Suing your employer for sexual harassment can be a complicated and difficult process.Do you know how to sue your employer for sexual harassment and/or for creating a hostile work environment?
If you have been subject to wrongful termination, sexual harassment, or any other form of discrimination you should consider suing your employer. Every year many people enter a difficult situation where suing your employer means taking a huge uncertain risk. Here are the most important things to consider before suing your employer.