Oklahoma Employment Attorney
Workers Rights Law Office of Oklahoma focuses on representing employees and others including professionals, executives, partners and talent. We represent clients in any Oklahoma industry or employment setting.
We address typical and unusual workplace matters including employment discrimination, wrongful termination, sexual harassment, unpaid wages, underpayment for overtime pay, hostile work environments, commission and bonus disputes, retaliation, non-compete agreements, improper classification as an independent contractor, failure to provide federally-mandated benefits including medical leave or ADA complaints such as failure to provide reasonable accommodation for workers with disabilities.
Typical discrimination matters involve pregnancy discrimination, age discrimination, disability discrimination, religious discrimination or racial discrimination. Discrimination often occurs in hiring, in promotions, in wages or in benefits such as vacation time.
We Make Employment Law Easy for You
Our mission is to provide effective personalized service to each client. We work with you to develop an understanding of your workplace matter and your goals, whether you seek to remediate an unfair workplace or gain compensation for a harm you suffered as a result of unfair employment practices. We explain in terms you can understand the requirements of employment law and the options available to you.
Not every workplace problem qualifies for a legal remedy. Employers have considerable latitude to make demands of employees and dismiss employees who don’t meet those demands. Employment attorneys in Oklahoma focus on workplace conflicts that violate state or federal laws. Employees may not know the difference between the ramblings of a bad boss and unlawful workplace discrimination. That’s when you need an employment and labor law attorney.
United States federal laws and Oklahoma employment laws lay out specific timelines and requirements for filing job-related complaints. In a brief initial consultation, we aim to discover whether your matter can be addressed under current workplace law. If we confirm that your workplace concern qualifies for action under state or federal laws, we work to gain the justice to which you are entitled.
If you’ve been denied job opportunities, been harassed on the job, haven’t been paid all the wages you earned or if you have any other job-related concern, contact Oklahoma Workers Rights Law Office for a no-cost initial consultation. Call (405) 896-6784 or contact us using the contact button on this Web page.