Protecting Fair Treatment At Work
If you have experienced a situation at work that you consider unfair or discriminatory, contact me, Megan Lovelady, to discuss your case. When a situation escalates to the point of being unfair or discriminatory, I can help hold your employer accountable. No employer or company is above the law, but I understand that it can be difficult and uncomfortable to confront tough situations in the workplace. You may worry about retaliation. It may seem like it would be easier to just leave and find a new job.
I will be your advocate and buffer in dealing with workplace conflict and make sure your employer is held accountable for their actions. I will provide a forthright analysis of your case and discuss options with you. I will support you through the process and make sure you understand the details of my strategy.
What Is Unfair Treatment In The Workplace?
Discrimination at work can take may forms. It may be happening to everyone you work with, such as when your employer requires employees to work off the clock. Or it could be a situation specific to you, such as retaliation for speaking out or wrongful termination. Some of the most common workplace issues include:
- Discrimination due to race, gender or age
- Wrongful termination
- Wage and hour theft such as being asked to work off the clock
- Unpaid wages
- Sexual harassment
- Unsafe working environment
- Disability discrimination or failure to accommodate a disability
If you have experienced any of these issues, or if you’re uncomfortable with a situation at work but aren’t sure it qualifies as discrimination, I provide a free consultation to discuss your case. I will review your situation and help you fight for justice at work.
Stand Up For Your Employee Rights
Texas state law and federal laws protect employees’ rights to be treated fairly and with respect at work. If you believe your employer is not following those guidelines, I can help you determine if your case is viable. I have represented employees from a variety of industries in employee rights cases. My goal is to help protect your state and federal rights regardless of where you work and what your job is. I will work toward a timely and fair solution. If negotiation doesn’t work, I will go to court to fight on your behalf. Call 512-961-7881 for a free consultation, or tell me about your problem using this email form.