Employment Law

Employment Law

Whether it be unpaid overtime, unpaid benefits, wrongful termination, discriminaton and/or harassment, you need a lawyer to represent you and fight for your rights. You’re working hard daily and perhaps completing more than 40 hours per week, yet your employer still takes advantage of your labor. In many cases, employers violate the rights of many workers and try to hide it or keep them from speaking up. If you are experiencing any employment law related issues at work, let us protect and defend you. Please fill out a brief description of your case on our home page so we can help you.

Workplace Discrimination

If you are being treated unfairly at work based on your race, gender, disability, age, religion, and/or more you have the legal right to file a lawsuit.

At Gateway Pacific Law Group, we can represent you in the following related discrimination cases:

  • Race
  • Gender
  • Disability (Physical and/or Mental)
  • Age
  • Religion
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Pregnancy
  • National Origin

We are dedicated to protecting your rights. When experiencing discrimination at work, here is what you need to do:

  1. Control your emotions and identify the discriminaton
  2. Record everything that happens when you are discriminated against (date, place, person, action)
  3. Report it to Human Resources at your workplace
  4. Prepare for any retaliation against you
  5. Hire Gateway Pacific Law Group to fight for your rights

Workplace Harassment

Being harassed at work can be a traumatic experience and create large amounts of stress and discomfort to your daily work and personal life. Harassment can also be referred to as bullying, mistreatment, aggression, molestation, and abuse. All of these, nonetheless, belong to the category of workplace harassment and should immediately be stopped.

When experiencing harassment at work, here is what you need to do:

  1. Control your emotions and tell the harasser to stop
  2. Record everything that happens when you are harassed (date, place, person, action)
  3. Report it to Human Resources at your workplace
  4. Prepare for any retaliation against you
  5. Hire Gateway Pacific Law Group to fight for you