Workplace retaliation occurs when an employer commits a negative action against an employee in response to a protected act, most often participating in an investigation against the company or reporting some type of harassment. Retaliation can include cut hours, sudden termination, changed hours, or lack
If your employer takes negative, adverse action against you because you engaged in a protected activity, including reporting illegal activity, discrimination, or harassment, your employer is engaging in retaliation. In Minnesota, employers cannot retaliate against employees for protecting or exercising their rights, including the right
With headlines full of information about “the Great Resignation,” it’s no surprise that many employees are grappling with big questions about whether their employer’s actions are lawful. Especially during the pandemic, as employers are challenged with staffing shortages and supply chain issues, they make sweeping
Did you know that you can resolve an employment dispute with an employer without filing a lawsuit? Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is a collective term for methods of resolving a dispute without litigation. Common methods of ADR are mediation, arbitration, and negotiation. The process of
In the state of Minnesota, strong evidence is required to prove a wrongful termination case. Employers have a legal right to terminate your employment at any time. The “employment at will” standard doesn’t apply if you have an employment contract or protection from a union
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