Document What Occurred at the Workplace
Video Transcribed: What evidence is important in an employment law case? I’m Oklahoma employment law attorney Colby Addison. And we’re talking about that issue today.
Evidence in employment law cases can vary quite substantially, but when it comes to a wrongful termination case, the most common form of evidence that I see is disciplinary reports, performance improvement plans, performance appraisals, text messages, Facebook messages, audio recordings, and video recordings.
And the reason these types of recordings and communications come into play is that oftentimes we’ll run into an issue where an employer may deny that you ever actually complained about discrimination in the workplace or that they ever said anything to you that was considered unlawful.
So it’s important that you document what occurred at the workplace and make sure that you keep that evidence so that your attorney can properly prosecute your case.
If you have questions about what sort of evidence is important in your case, or whether or not the evidence is important, please give the Oklahoma Workers Rights attorney a message at oklahomaworkersrights.com.