Retaliation can take several forms, including termination, reduction in hours, unpaid wages, and benefits, continuous harassment or intimidation, and undesirable job transfers.
- FLSA Retaliation. The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requires covered employers to be paid overtime and minimum wages. The FLSA also prohibits an employer from retaliating against a current or former employee from pursuing or objecting to an overtime or minimum wage violation.
- Florida Minimum Wage. Florida law prohibits retaliation against employees who pursues or a minimum wage claim, who objects to minimum wage violations or untimely payments.
- Workers Compensation Retaliation. Florida law prohibits employers from retaliating against employees that pursue a claim for workers’ compensation benefits.
Law Offices of Eddy Marban can help you determine what your rights are with respect to your facts. Our firm’s employment attorneys can help you protect your rights. If you believe you were retaliated or have any other question, contact us today or call (305) 481-9584.