Tucson Employment Lawyer

If you feel you have been taken advantage of, discriminated against, harassed, or otherwise harmed at your place of employment, it is advisable to consult with a Tucson employment attorney. Although there are many issues that may arise in the workplace, you are protected by federal and state laws against unfair practices that may include the following:

  • Discrimination in various areas, including age, sex, and race
  • Sexual harassment
  • Failure to be properly compensated in areas of basic wages and overtime
  • Wrongful termination
  • Disputes pertaining to wage and hourly compensation
  • Whistleblower and retaliation claims
  • Severance package disputes
  • Non-compete agreements
  • Internal investigations/retaliation
  • Numerous other issues and claims
  • Breach of contract

It is important to preserve your rights to pursue compensation for unfair and illegal employment issues. For more than twelve years, the Tucson employment lawyers of the law firm of Yen Pilch Robaina & Kresin PLC have represented clients with employment issues.

Tucson Breach of Contract Disputes:

  • Employment law cases often deal with employment contracts. Contracts may be written or verbal. If an employer promises to hire an employee for a specific task for a certain dollar amount but does not pay, the employee has the right to pursue payment. An employee may sue the employer for breach of a verbal contract. If a written contract exists and the employer does not pay, the employee may sue for breach of contract.

There Are Numerous Areas of Potential Employment Law Dispute, Including:

  • Disability benefits – federal law protects employees against discrimination
  • Pension disputes – employees depend upon pensions for retirement and disputes need resolution
  • Sexual discrimination – various scenarios exist involving illegal male-female hiring, firing, and workplace conduct
  • Issues pertaining to government employees – complex procedures and regulations may call for experienced legal assistance
  • State, county, and municipal employee issues – public employees include workers in all areas
  • EEOC MediationsEqual Employment Opportunity Commission claims
  • Resolution via mediation proceedings – mediations may provide effective solutions to complex situations
  • Family and Medical Leave Act – FMLA – employees may have up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave

Request a Case Review With a Tucson Employment Attorney

Employment disputes are best handled by experienced employment attorneys. Yen Pilch Robaina & Kresin PLC has helped thousands of clients in Tucson and throughout Arizona over the past twelve years. We understand how important your job is and that you and your family depend on the income from your work. It is vital to preserve and protect your rights as an employee. We believe that you should be compensated for your hard work and that employers should be held accountable for their harmful actions. If you have been treated in a manner that is illegal or unfair, it is advisable to discuss your case with an experienced and knowledgeable employment attorney in Tucson. To schedule a case review with an employment attorney at Yen Pilch Robaina & Kresin PLC, call (520) 623-7665 or (888) 881-9890.