Employment & Labor Law
Workers are protected by a significant number of state and federal employment laws in the United States. However, most workers don't know their rights. And most workers, from top-level executives, would-be firefighters, oil rig workers, to gardeners, don't even think about their rights – until they have been violated. Who can you turn to when you've been treated unlawfully in the workplace?
At the law firm of Bailey & Galyen, you will find employment law attorneys who will help you fully exercise your rights. Here, we are committed to enforcing your rights as a worker and holding your employer fully accountable if you have suffered unlawful wrongdoing in your workplace.
We are equipped to address a whole range of employment disputes that workers may unfortunately face in the workplace, including:
- Unlawful termination or being wrongfully fired or demoted - Depending on your situation, you may have been unlawfully terminated or demoted as a form of retaliation.
- Hour and Wage issues - There are occasions, especially with the evolving marketplace, when your employer may not be following labor laws, minimum wage laws, employment contracts (breach of contract), or is violating the letter of a salaried agreement. You have a right to be paid.
- Worker harassment - Sexual harassment, or any other type of harassment is unlawful.
- Discrimination based on gender, race, religion, pregnancy, or disability - Discrimination is against the law and if you have been fired, passed over for promotion, demoted, harassed or in any way discriminated against, an employment law attorney can help you understand how to seek justice.
Speak to an Experienced Employment & Labor Attorney at Bailey & Galyen
The employment lawyers at the Texas law firm of Bailey & Galyen have extensive experience protecting the rights of workers who have been mistreated or treated unlawfully in the workplace. We are committed to seeking justice for our clients and obtaining full and fair compensation for wrongdoings they have suffered in the workplace, or at any stage of a job interview process.