Employment Law Matters

We have come to realize that during difficult economic times employers do not always act with prudence and in good faith. Delaware, like many states, has adopted the “employment-at-will” doctrine. Meaning, employers do not need a reason or justification to discharge employee. However, it must be made clear that employers violate federal and state laws when they discriminate in their employment decisions based on a number of factors, to include:

  • race,
  • nationality
  • gender
  • age
  • disability
  • sexual preference

Beyond discrimination, employers cannot retaliate against a worker who attempts to do the right thing by pointing out violations of laws or seeking redress for discriminatory acts. You should immediately GET TICE if you feel that you have been terminated from your employment on the basis of discriminatory animus or in retaliating for reporting violations of laws. Moreover, you should feel free to contact us when you believe your employer has acted in bad faith in general when terminating you as legal or administrative redress is potentially available. Do not sit on your rights however. There are critical deadlines that once missed shall act to bar you from seeking a remedy.

 
You should immediately GET TICE if you feel that you have been terminated from your employment on the basis of discriminatory animus or in retaliating for reporting violations of laws.

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