Greenville Workplace Retaliation Lawyer

A Greenville Wrongful Termination Attorney, Prepared to Defend Your Legal Rights

Unfortunately, there are times when an employer or manager tries to get back at an employee for reporting a concern, for pursuing a legal case or even for filing a workers' compensation claim. While retaliating against an employee in this way is not uncommon, it is unethical — and often illegal.

Contact us to discuss whether you may have a case against your employer or former employer. Attorney David Rothstein is a South Carolina employment law specialist who can help you understand your legal rights and options.

Unfair Treatment and Legal Recourse

Management often retaliates against employees in ways that are obvious and in ways that are subtle. Employer retaliation commonly takes the form of:

  • Harassment by a manager, supervisor or other person
  • Demotion or reduction in pay
  • A poor performance review or another inappropriate action that is not actually based on performance
  • Wrongful termination
  • Creating or allowing a hostile work environment

Fortunately, there are federal and state employment laws that protect employees and address employer retaliation. You may have legal recourse if your employer has treated you inappropriately and violated these laws, regardless of whether the employer is a small business, a large corporation or a government agency.

Contact a Greenville Workplace Retaliation Attorney

Contact employment lawyer David Rothstein to learn more about employer retaliation. As a certified specialist in employment and labor law, Mr. Rothstein can advise you if you are facing retaliatory treatment or other problems with your employer or manager.