If you have been fired from your job or feel that you are being discriminated against at your current place of work, you should be aware that under both Federal and Rhode Island law you have protections. Just because you didn’t sign a contract or are considered an “at will” employee does not mean that your employer has the right to discriminate against you or treat you unfairly.
If you feel that you have been treated unfairly in the workplace because of your gender, race, age, disability or any other reason not related to job performance you should call Dan Griffin for a free consultation of your case. Dan will go over the details of your situation and advise you on the course of action that can be taken.
Sexual Harassment is really just another form of workplace discrimination. Have you been propositioned for sex directly or indirectly promising promotion or better treatment? Has an employer or fellow employee made you feel uncomfortable with sexual language or unwanted sexual advances? If so, you have been the victim of sexual harassment and you have rights under the law to take action against those responsible. It doesn’t matter where you work or whether you do so part time or full time. The law is designed to protect everyone.
You may feel embarrassed or even afraid to come forward. That is a natural feeling to have but doing nothing will not make the problem go away. If you feel you have been sexually harassed in the workplace contact Dan today for a free and confidential consultation. Dan will use his legal knowledge and experience to determine your next course of action. Dan is a trusted adviser and has the skills to handle any and all cases involving workplace harassment and discrimination.