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Protecting Employees From Mistreatment

Workers who feel mistreated on the job can find themselves facing feelings of hopelessness and futility. It is important to document your situation and schedule a free consultation with a skilled employment law attorney. There are state and federal laws to protect you. At The Jenne Law Firm, our family of lawyers has more than a century of combined legal experience in a wide range of practice areas. We are prepared to represent clients in Cleveland as well as communities throughout the state of Tennessee. If you feel harassed, mistreated or retaliated against at work, you have more power than you think.

Handling A Broad Range Of Cases

Over the last several decades, the government has made great strides to ensure the fair treatment of employees across the nation. Employers must follow strict rules or face serious consequences. Our lawyers are prepared to represent workers facing numerous types of injustices, including:

  • Discrimination: If you feel that a decision regarding your performance review, a promotion or your general treatment at work was impacted by your age, disability, religion, sexual orientation, race, retaliation or any other factor, you might have an employment law case.
  • Harassment: If you were mistreated, subjected to offensive humor or language, or made to feel as if you were working in a hostile environment, schedule a free consultation with us today.
  • Employee misclassification: If you were intentionally misclassified at work, we can help you take steps to correct it. For example, if you have all the work and responsibilities of a full-time employee, but are only given the pay and benefits of a contract worker, call us.

Additionally, if you were wrongfully terminated or you feel that you have been retaliated against after complaining about any injustice, we can hold the responsible party accountable for his or her actions. You have legal protection against discrimination, harassment and retaliation. Let us help you get through this complex process quickly and efficiently.

You can reach our firm by calling 423-464-6083 or by completing our online contact form.