Protecting a wide range of employee rights in Minnesota

On Behalf of | May 3, 2017 | Employee Rights |

Employee rights have come a long way in the United States. Most employees are protected from a wide range of discriminatory conduct, are allowed time off when health emergencies strike and receive overtime pay when they work more than 40 hours in a week. The laws that are in place to ensure that workers in Minnesota receive these employee rights have been implemented over the course of decades.

That’s why it is so important to make sure that any infringement upon these rights by employers is accounted for. For the most part, employers in Minnesota do their best to comply with state and federal employment law. But, there will always be some employers who will try to skirt the laws as much as possible in order to keep their leverage over employees and maximize profits.

At our law firm, we do our best to help our clients who are facing a wide range of employee rights problems. Some workers will need help figuring out how to respond to illegal workplace discrimination, while others may need guidance on an overtime claim. Workers’ compensation is another legal process that can confuse many employees in Minnesota. These are just a few examples of the employment law issues that we help Minnesota residents with every day.

When employers break the law, they need to be held accountable. For more information about how our law firm may be able to help when your employee rights are jeopardized, please visit the employment law section of our website.