Discrimination in the Workplace
Getting fired is an awful experience. It is financially and emotionally devastating. It’s one of life’s worst moments.
It’s natural to be angry. It’s natural to be confused
Wanting to sue your ex-employer is a perfectly understandable reaction.
Suing An Employer in Ohio
Before moving ahead with litigation, there are a few things every worker should know:
- Ohio is an ‘at-will employment’ state. Employees who do not have contracts, work in government, or are covered under collective bargaining agreements are considered at-will employees.
- At-will employees can be fired for… anything. At any time.
- A company can offer someone a position, have them relocate, fire them on their first day, and have no liability.
- Employers don’t need to give a reason or even a warning. The ‘boss’ has a bad day, Ohio State loses to Michigan, an unemployed brother-in-law suddenly needs a job – it doesn’t matter.
If it seems that your employer can terminate you on a whim it’s because they can… unless it violates state and/or federal law.
Discrimination and Wrongful Termination
Discrimination is illegal. If you have been terminated because of discrimination, you have been illegally, wrongfully terminated.
If you think you have been wrongfully terminated, call Hux Law Firm, LLC for a free consultation. Don’t wait. There are strict deadlines for filing a wrongful termination action.
We will help you.
We understand that it’s not all about being awarded your back pay, front pay, damages for emotional distress, punitive damages, and attorney fees – as important as all that is. It’s also about having your voice heard.
Discrimination in the workplace is, unfortunately, still prevalent. We all need to do what we can to end it permanently. Let’s start by taking care of you.
Discrimination in the workplace still occurs. It shouldn’t.
If it’s happening to you, contact us.