What Cases Are Included in Employment Law?
Employment law encompasses cases that concern worker wages, workplace safety, discrimination, sexual harassment and wrongful termination.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission or EEOC protects employees when they make complaints against their employers. An employee has the right to file a complaint against her employer if she believes that she has been discriminated against on the basis of race, genetic information, disability, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy, gender, religion or color.
The Illinois Department of Human Rights or IDHR is also an agency that workers may turn to if they believe that they have been discriminated against in their jobs or are being sexually harassed.
What Can a Lawyer Do to Help in an Employment Law Case?
Attorney Martin Walker at the Walker Law Firm represents those who have been discriminated against in the workplace. He will explain to you exactly what rights you have and will inform you of the options you will be able to take in this matter. These options include negotiation, litigation and mediation. He will advise you of the best option to take and the positives and negatives associated with each option.
Your Kenosha County employment lawyers will take you through the steps of filing a complaint with the EEOC or the IDHR. Employment attorneys in Cook County will help you choose the right agency and will also help you fill out the complaint form. Your employment law firm in Kenosha County knows the important dates that you must be aware of, so your complaint cannot be rejected because of a missed deadline. In the event that your case results in a lawsuit, your employment law firm in Lake County will file the lawsuit for you and represent you in court.
The Walker Law Firm represents those in Cook County, Lake County, and Kenosha County. Contact our employment law firm Illinois today for a free consultation.