Employment Practices Disputes

Indianapolis Employment Practices Disputes Attorneys

Lawyers for Employment Practices Disputes in Indiana

Your employees are your company's greatest asset. Without their combined knowledge, skills, and drive to push your company further, you could not have achieved all that you have as a business owner. Treating them right is part of recruiting and keeping good talent.

There are multiple laws in place to protect employees by promoting fair employment practices. Some of these laws are the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Occupational Safety and Health Act, and the Indiana Civil Rights Law. Federal and state level agencies, such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Indiana Civil Rights Commission, exist to enforce these laws.

If you have been accused of violating any of the above employment laws, you need to contact an experienced employment practices attorney as soon as possible to begin working on your defense. An employment practice violation can be incredibly damaging to your company's reputation with consumers and prospective employees. Do not allow your company's reputation to be harmed like this.

The attorneys at Due Doyle Fanning & Alderfer, LLP are experienced litigators who have represented business owners in many areas of business litigation. We bring our extensive trial experience to cases where a court appearance requires it, and our attorneys work to learn about your goals and represent your and your business's interests.

Common Types of Employment Violation Charges

As an employer, you might find yourself charged with any of the following employment practice violations:

  • Discrimination: Discrimination may be based on sex, race, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, religion, or national origin and may be manifested in ways varying from segregation of certain employees to failure to hire individuals based on one of the aforementioned characteristics;
  • Breach of contract: Breach of contract is the failure of a company to uphold its contractual obligations to its employees;
  • Harassment. Harassment is considered the repeated targeting of a specific employee or group of employees with derogatory comments, offensive jokes and remarks, or pressure to perform certain acts in order to remain employed or get a promotion;
  • Invasion of privacy: Invasion of privacy may include allegations that you somehow violated your employees' right to privacy;
  • Retaliation: Retaliation is any action taken against an employee for participating in a protected activity; Protected activities include picketing for alleged violations, discussing one's plan to file a claim against the company, and filing such a claim; and
  • Wage and hour violations: Failing to pay overtime for hours worked beyond a full workweek, failing to pay the minimum wage, and working employees under the age of 18 more hours than it is legal for them to work are all examples of wage and hour violations. Failure to provide breaks after a specified number of hours may also be an employment practice violation.

It is important that you work with an attorney who has experience representing employers facing employment practice disputes. It can take years for your company to recover from this type of case. Take all accusations of employment violations seriously and contact an attorney as quickly as you can following your accusation.

Employment Practices Dispute Attorneys in Indianapolis

If your company is involved in a dispute over its employment practices, contact Due Doyle Fanning & Alderfer, LLP at 317-635-7700 to discuss your case with one of the skilled Indianapolis employment dispute attorneys at our firm. We understand employment law in Indiana and can help you work out the issues at your company, guiding you and your employees toward a productive solution that meets everybody's needs.

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