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Employment Law For Employees

Employment Law Disputes In Harrisburg And Throughout Pennsylvania

State and federal laws are clear on what constitutes illegal workplace behavior. It is important for employees to understand that while some actions taken by a supervisor or co-worker may be unfavorable, it does not always amount to an illegal action. However, for those whose rights have been violated in the workplace, Clark & Krevsky LLC is here to help.

Our lawyers only practice in employment law matters, and we have experience representing both employees and employers. This dual focus allows us to fully understand the positions of both plaintiff and defendant, as well as how to best help our clients obtain the results they desire.

Learn more about our employee representation in employment law disputes:

  • Discrimination: We handle discrimination and harassment claims based on age, race, sex, religion, national origin and more.
  • Sexual harassment in the workplace: From unwanted comments and advances to denied promotions or pay increases, sexual harassment has no place in the workplace.
  • Wrongful termination: Wrongful termination cases can be tricky, but we can help you understand your right and options.
  • Retaliation: If you believe you have been retaliated against for filing an FMLA, discrimination or harassment claim, you should speak with us today.
  • Whistleblower: Our law firm helps protect the rights of employees who are ready to "blow the whistle" on the illegal actions of their employers.
  • Family and Medical Leave Act: If you were denied benefits under FMLA or have been the victim of FMLA retaliation, we can make sure you get the benefits you deserve.
  • Salary and wage disputes: From overtime to salary and wage disputes, we help employers and employees reach fair settlements.
  • Government employment: There are specific laws protecting the rights of government employees, and we understand the laws on the state, county and municipal levels.
  • Unemployment compensation: Are you entitled to unemployment? We can help you understand and pursue your right to compensation.

Additional Employment Law Services For Employees

  • Employment Contracts: We review and negotiate employment contracts for employees, including executive compensation, severance agreements and non-competes.

Contact Our Harrisburg Employment Law Attorney For Employees

If you suspect your rights have been violated in the workplace, or if you need help with an employment contract, contact our law firm at 717-303-3764.