Monday, October 10, 2011

Forced to Quit My Job - What Can I Do?

Believe You Were Fired Because You Are Different?
You May Have Protection
I Was Forced to Resign Instead of Being Fired

If you have a claim for illegal discrimination, harassment or retaliation, you should consult an attorney to learn the rules on how to perfect such claims by filing with the EEOC and/or your local municipal or state equal employment agency.

In some cases, such as those arising under the Family and Medical Leave Act or the Fair Labor Standards Act (governing overtime), you may proceed directly to court.

Sometimes, employees in such circumstances are forced to resign, or convinced to quit in lieu of termination.  Although ordinarily a quit cuts off most of your rights under state and federal employment laws, that is not always the case.

Click Here to read about what constitutes a constructive discharge under the law.

Click Here to read about what effect a voluntary quit may have upon your claim for unemployment benefits.

You may want to examine my Video on the law of quit as applied to Pennsylvania Unemployment:

Philadelphia Are Employment Attorney Representing Employees

John A. Gallagher is an employment lawyer who represents employees in Pennsylvania. 

Representing Employees Since 1991
John typically represents employees who need an employment lawyer in Philadelphia County, Chester County, Delaware County, Bucks County, Berks County, Lancaster County and Montgomery County.

Pennsylvania Employment Attorney Provides Free Telephone Consultations

If you are looking for an employment lawyer, and live in Malvern, Wayne, King of Prussia, Downingtown, Glenside, Doylestown, Radnor, Newtown Square, Exton, Philadelphia, West Chester, Skippack, Langhorne, Haverford, Nether Providence, Broomall, Drexel Hill, Reading or any of their surrounding towns, feel free to send me an e-mail or give me a call.  I am always glad to spend some time with people via a free telephone consultation.

Need an Employment Labor Lawyer Near Philadelphia?

Click Here if you have questions about any aspect of employment law, from wrongful termination, to wage and overtime claims, to discrimination and retaliation laws, to Family and Medical Leave

Click Here if you have questions about any aspect of Pennsylvania Unemployment Law, from willful misconduct, to voluntary quit, to Referee Hearings, to severance issues

Click Here to e-mail John directly.

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