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MA Employment Attorneys

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labor attorney Ben Steffans
discrimination attorney Chris Hennessey
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labor attorney David Valicenti

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MA Employment Lawyers
255 Park Ave #1000
Worcester, MA 01609
Email Us: info@maemploymentlawyers.com


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Discrimination


discrimination

Federal and MA law prohibits discrimination based on your race, gender, color, age, religion, pregnancy, sexual orientation more>>

Harassment


workplace harassment

We believe that all employees should enjoy a harassment-free workplace.  Unfortunately, we know that isn’t everyone’s reality  more>>

Wage Violation

 

MA wage violations and Weekly Time Sheets

Federal and Massachusetts law provide significant protections to employees to be sure they get what they have earned. Most commonly more>>

Retaliation

 

retaliation

All too often, employees get punished for doing the right thing. You reported harassment or discrimination occurring in the workplace  more>>

Successes

 

lots of money

We will work tirelessly to achieve the best results possible.  Below are examples of recent successes achieved by MEL.  Please note, these are examples only.  more>>

Testimonials


testimonials

Kevin represented me in a sexual harassment case against my former employer and former supervisor.  He did a superb job in the case.  The case went to trial at the   more>>

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Obesity a Disease?: We have extensive experience representing employees with disabilities who have been discriminated against because of those disabilities. more>>

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About us

Employment law team

MA Employment Lawyers is a team of experienced attorneys focused on protecting employees in the workplace.  Combined, the group has over 40 years’ experience in fighting for employees.  The group has successfully represented employees throughout the country on claims involving discrimination, harassment, retaliation, hostile work environment, and wage violations.

The attorneys at Massachusetts Employment Lawyers are tireless and aggressive advocates who use their in-depth knowledge and extensive experience to maximize outcomes.

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The majority of us are employed for a different person, other than ourselves, and our boss is referred to as our

employer. With most employment instances, we have legal rights, which MA Employment Lawyers are aware of, that are

particular to the place of employment, and when we have a general understanding of labor law, which is wise; we know

what to do in certain situations involving the workplace. Having this comprehension is a good way to make certain you

are safeguarded and by having general facts, you will know better how to handle any instance that might occur while you

are working.

Some things that could happen at work are hazardous work atmospheres or procedures, sexual harassment, fair treatment,

the same for all employees, and numerous additional things that can take place at work. In addition, a situation could

consist of errors with pay, such as overtime, and diverse items that entail compensation for work-related injuries and

additional problems. It is extremely vital to understand each law pertaining to your employment because you do not know

when something will occur or what will take place, and if you have some general facts, you will find it beneficial

later, just in case.

General Employment Laws and How Employees can Learn More

Numerous sources of information exist to assist workers with comprehending general laws regarding labor. You can begin

by looking online and performing a general search for labor laws in your area, pertaining to your job, and so on. If

you reside in, for example, the state of Indiana, you may wish to look up laws for that state. There are a few federal

laws and then there are state laws. MA Employment Lawyers can additionally help employees understand each general labor

law as well.

Once you have found some details about these legal guidelines for your location, you can look at other good resources,

such as at your nearby library or through your boss to learn more. Libraries usually have several legal books and

sources that can assist you with learning more and your boss should have a few details and posters about diverse labor

laws.

Additional places to learn more, as mentioned briefly already, are our Worchester employment attorneys. If you know someone who had a

labor attorney previously, you can confer with the legal professional to learn more about labor law for your location

and specific job. Family and friends may have additional details for you as well. However, employment lawyers are your

best bet to gather up-to-date and accurate information for workplace laws in your state. Another place you can look

into is the EEOC, The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. They should have good details about equal employment

rules as well as labor laws that apply to that subject. They additionally have material concerning several workplace

laws that might help you comprehend everything better.

Locating General Labor Law Details within Employee Handbooks

If your boss consists of an HR office, Human Resources, you should be able to locate more details about labor laws

within the employee handbook and through the HR office. They ought to be capable of answering any concerns or questions

you might have regarding your job and state. That can be extremely useful and a few business owners provide paid

training surrounding this topic as well.

Make certain to ask your employer about employment law for your workplace and state so you can comprehend at least the

basics about the matter. That is the first area to begin learning, and if he or she provides training, you may wish to

register for the course too. If you need additional details, you can look online or talk to a Worcester Employment Lawyer, ask

the employees at the EEOC or talk with friends and/or loved ones who are familiar with employment laws for your state

and your particular line of work. If all else fails, you can talk to employment lawyers, because an employment attorney

is specialized in this subject and always has up-to-date information, and most attorneys are more than happy to answer

questions.