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Know What Constitutes Discrimination.

Federal and Ohio laws make it illegal for employers to treat workers and job applicants unfairly due to race, religion, national origin, age, pregnancy, disability, genetic information, military service, or sex (including LGBT status). Employment discrimination can take many forms, which can be discovered at http://ow.ly/rzza30hMVCL.

You can learn more by calling a Columbus employment discrimination lawyer with The Friedmann Firm at 614.610.9755. You can also contact us online to schedule an initial consultation.

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New Blog: PROVING RELIGIOUS DISCRIMINATION OHIO

Visit http://ow.ly/JdPv30hMUZI to learn what is needed to make a case for employment discrimination or hostile work environment based on one’s religion.

The discrimination attorneys with the Friedmann Firm are always happy to speak with men and women who feel their employer or co-workers are treating them unfairly. Call us at (614) 610-9755 or reach out to us online to request a confidential discussion of your concerns!

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Collective actions address a number of issues related to wage and hour law, such as unpaid minimum wage, unpaid overtime, worker misclassification, and wage theft. If you are being paid incorrectly and believe you are entitled to overtime pay, the unlawful pay practice likely affects other employees. Visit our practice area page at http://ow.ly/9Kb130hAreO for more on collective actions.

Columbus Ohio collective action lawyers at The Friedmann Firm will walk you through the process and answer all of your questions. We are skilled at recovering unpaid wages and overtime for Ohio’s employees and pride ourselves on quick resolution when possible. Call 614.610.9755 or fill out our online contact form to schedule a consultation.

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How an Ohio Employment Attorney Can Help You?

Workers and business owners can both benefit from consulting with a Columbus, Ohio, employment lawyer. An attorney who knows federal labor laws, anti-discrimination rules, and state regulations regarding wages and working conditions can help a worker understand when taking legal action makes sense. For more information, visit our blog at http://ow.ly/IT3m30hAqWu.


The Columbus, Ohio, employment attorneys with The Friedmann Firm offer free consultations to potential clients. Schedule your appointment by calling (614) 610-9755 or by completing our online contact form. Put our expertise to work for you.

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New Blog: HOW DO YOU PROVE RETALIATION IN THE WORKPLACE?

We invite you to view our blog at http://ow.ly/Q5ay30hA1pd. U.S. and Ohio state laws prohibit employers from punishing or mistreating workers and job applicants for reporting or otherwise calling attention to problems ranging from discrimination and wage theft to fraud. Retaliation for filing a complaint can take many forms, but courts make it an employee’s responsibility to prove that an employer has acted illegally.

If you are personally experiencing retaliation or witnessing co-workers being retaliated against, consider calling The Friedmann Firm at (614) 610-9755 to request a confidential appointment with an attorney who has handled many retaliation cases. You can also reach out online by completing our contact form.

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What is the definition of disability discrimination?

It varies but very generally, a disabled person is someone who:
-Has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more life functions;
-Has a record of having such impairment; or
-Is regarded (perceived by the employer) as having an impairment.

We invite you to visit our practice area page at http://ow.ly/aaWl30hA08T to gain a better understanding of disability discrimination and the ADA. Call our Columbus disability discrimination lawyers at The Friedmann Firm today at 614.610.9755, or connect with us online. We offer free consultations!

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DIFFERENCES BETWEEN INTERMITTENT AND CONTINUOUS FMLA LEAVE

Visit http://ow.ly/qSHT30hn5HT for an explanation of distinction between intermittent and continuous FMLA leave. If you have questions about what type of FMLA leave to take, please contact our firm online or by calling (614) 610-9755.

It is unlawful for your employer to harass or retaliate against you for taking FMLA leave. If your employer has been hostile toward you or expresses dissatisfaction with your absences that are covered by FMLA, give us a call. One of our Columbus FMLA lawyers can help!

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Most employment retaliation cases are conducted under rules enforced by the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). What is Employment Retaliation? Visit http://ow.ly/oWbs30hn4yt.

Employees can benefit greatly from working with an employment retaliation lawyer in Columbus before formally filing a complaint with the EEOC or a state agency. Gathering and organizing as much evidence as early as possible increases the likelihood of succeeding in court, as does carefully wording all filings.

We welcome you to request a consultation with a retaliation lawyer by calling the Columbus, OH, offices of the Friedmann Firm at 614.610.9755. You can also connect with us online!

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The purpose of a non-compete or non-solicitation agreement is to prohibit an employee from working in a similar business as his/her former employer or soliciting clients of a former employer. Visit http://ow.ly/aUai30hn4Vv to see if your Non-Compete Agreement Enforceable.

Our Columbus, Ohio non compete attorneys can assist you before you sign a non-compete, by explaining the legal ramifications of the non-compete agreement, along with negotiating its terms to be sure it is beneficial to you, not just the employer. Call the offices of the Friedmann Firm at (614) 610-9755 to speak with a Columbus Ohio Non-compete attorney. You can also schedule a free and confidential consultation online!

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The federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) sets the laws for which workers qualify for extra hourly pay once they have worked 40 hours during a workweek. The FLSA laws also set the U.S. minimum wage, and state that children younger than 14 cannot work for wages unless certain conditions apply.

WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE EXEMPT FROM FLSA?
Visit our blog at http://ow.ly/BsAt30hn473 to view the answer to the question above.

The employment law attorneys with the Friedmann Firm welcome your questions about FLSA laws and how they affect you. Schedule a consultation online or set up an appointment by calling (614) 610-9755.

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