If you are an employee thinking about pursuing a legal claim (e.g. a discrimination charge against your employer), it is important you feel passion and emotion for that claim and your belief in it. However, you should also take time to look at the claim from a different perspective. Treat that legal claim as if it were stock or a money market account into which you were making an investment.
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Employee Tip: Think of a Legal Claim Like An Investment
Employee Tip: Things to Consider If You Have Unpaid Wages
If you have been underpaid wages, you may want to consider the following.
Please note this post does not provide legal advice- if you want legal advice, you should contact an attorney and discuss your specific circumstances. If you are interested in legal assistance from attorney-author Michael Brown or his law firm DVG Law Partner for your matter, please contact them here:
- Keep copies of your paystubs and pay-related documents.
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Employee Tip: Things to Consider Before Filing a Discrimination Complaint at the Wisconsin ERD or EEOC
If you are an employee thinking of filing a discrimination complaint with the Wisconsin Equal Rights Division (ERD) or the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), there are several things you may want to consider before submitting the complaint.
Please note this post does not provide legal advice- if you want legal advice, you should contact an attorney and discuss your specific circumstances. If you are interested in legal assistance from attorney-author Michael Brown for your matter, you can contact Mr. Brown and his law firm DVG Law Partner here:
First, you can review ERD’s website here for information about Wisconsin’s discrimination law, the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act (WFEA), and about filing a complaint at ERD. You can also review EEOC’s information about filing a complaint (also called a “charge”) here. Continue reading
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