Most employers know about employee’s complaints and concerns, but they don’t always seem to address them.
Most employers know about employees complaints, but that doesn’t seem to be your problem. If you have employees that say you’ve been fired, you have no way of telling them that you have been fired.
If you are the victim of a false allegation of job discrimination, you should contact the EEOC, which will help you find a way to resolve the matter. It is your right to file a complaint and to have your case resolved, but you should also work with a lawyer to ensure the outcome is fair.
False allegations of job discrimination are usually the result of employer retaliation, not discrimination. So if you hire a lawyer because you can’t afford to hire a lawyer, hire a lawyer. If the case isn’t resolved, you should seek out a lawyer to take on your case and help you resolve it.
Many employers do not hire lawyers if it is clear that they are not going to be able to help you prove your case. Also, if the employer acts with “willfullness” by firing you, you should have the right to sue for wrongful termination. An employee who is aware of the retaliation is not going to “willfull” fire his or her employee.
The problem is that employers can actually fire you for any reason at will. If you can prove that you were fired for a reason you are aware of, you are entitled to go ahead and sue for wrongful termination. The law has to be interpreted reasonably and not interpreted as if it were written by an angry, vindictive, and arrogant boss who is going to cut you down no matter what the best interests of his company may be.
You may not know it, but the law is actually even weaker than most people believe. It can only punish you if you were fired for a reason you are aware of. You can’t go ahead and sue if you were fired for a reason you are unaware of.
So employers can fire you, but they cant say with certainty why you were fired. If you were fired for any reason other than misconduct or a good performance review, you may be able to sue, but you will have to prove misconduct or a good performance review before you can sue.
As an example this is a good example of why the law is so bad. In my opinion, that is because in most states it is considered illegal for employers to fire you for any reason, not just misconduct. In California it is considered illegal for employers to fire you for any reason. When you are fired for any reason, you are allowed to sue, but it is only allowed to sue for the reason that you were fired for.
I’m not saying that it is illegal for companies to fire you for any reason. I’m just saying you will have to prove the reason you were fired for. As an example, this is a good example that shows how the law is extremely broken because the only way to prove that you were fired for misconduct or for a poor performance is to demonstrate that you were fired for misconduct. You can get fired for any reason, but you can not get fired for misconduct.