Retaliation

RETALIATION


Employers are prohibited from retaliating against employees who complain about discrimination.  For example, if an employee complains about discrimination based on sex, race, religion, disability or age, or complains about sexual harassment, and is later punished or terminated for making that complaint, they may have been subjected to illegal retaliation.

Have you been punished for reporting harassment or discrimination?  Did your employer begin to treat you differently after you complained about harassment or discrimination?

Determining whether to pursue a legal claim is an important decision. You should be aware of your rights and prepared to take action if your rights are violated. Bell & Bell LLP offers free initial consultations, and we will take the time necessary to understand your situation and concerns.

If you are concerned that you have been subjected to retaliation following a complaint, you should seek immediate legal advice.   For a consultation with a lawyer at Bell & Bell LLP regarding retaliation, call 215.569.2500 or contact us online.