Employment & Labor
Employment law covers a wide range of the employer-employee relationship, as it governs their rights and duties. These rules are mainly in place to keep employees safe, and to make sure they are treated fairly, even though some of the laws are designed to protect the employers’ interest at the same time. The majority of employers understand the value of treating their employees fair, however, every once in awhile, the occasional bad employer thinks the laws don’t apply to them. These actions may include not paying employees’ wages, overtime pay, discriminating against them, and even creating an hostile work environment.
At PereGonza, our attorneys understand how these issues may affect people’s lives, which is why we take a comprehensive approach to handling each and every matter. If you have questions, concerns, or would like a free, no-risk case evaluation, please contact our Doral office. We would like the opportunity to help you.
Below are some of the most notable employment laws in the United States.
– Booker T. Washington
prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin.
mandates that large employers must offer unpaid family leave of upto 12 weeks.
which primarily cover claims of minimum wages and unpaid wages, such as overtime.
which is meant to regulate safe working conditions.
prohibits employers from paying female employees less pay than male employees simply based on their gender.