Employment Law FAQs

posted by Charles Joseph  |  Oct 2, 2019 2:57 PM [EST]  |  applies to New York

Employment laws protect your rights in the workplace. If you face discrimination, sexual harassment, or wrongful termination at work, you can file a lawsuit. 

However, many employees have questions about their employment rights. What constitutes sexual harassment? What's the legal definition for wrongful termination? What qualifies as retaliation? 

The employment law FAQs at Working Now and Then answer your questions about employment laws. Our FAQs answer questions like can you sue your employer for emotional distress? How do you prove wrongful termination? What is wage discrimination?

Our top employment law FAQs cover:

Visit Working Now and Then for more FAQs on your employment protections. You can also reach out to an employment lawyer directly to ask questions if you've experienced an employment violation.

Charles Joseph has over two decades of experience in employment law, including workplace discrimination, sexual harassment, and wrongful termination. He is the founder of Working Now and Then, and the founding partner of Joseph and Kirschenbaum, a firm that has recovered over $120 million for clients.

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