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At the Federal Practice Group, we have provided Federal Employee Legal Representation Washington DC workers can depend on for many years. We are fully aware of the laws that protect federal employees, and can offer quick service when needed, all you have to do is call us today.
Are you a federal employee who faced discrimination due to your disability, age, gender, or race? Were you impacted negatively at work because you had the courage to speak up against abuse or fraud? Have you endured a hostile work environment from your manager (and maybe coworkers too!) because you stood up to discrimination? Has your career been blocked out of retaliation or bias? Or, is there some other way that your rights as a federal employee have been violated?
If you can say yes to any of the above questions, then we strongly encourage you to contact the Federal Practice Group for immediate guidance.
The Rights of Federal Employees
By law, federal employees have very powerful rights, including being protected from discrimination, retaliation, or other unlawful misconduct in the workplace. Thanks to such protections, federal employees that have been treated adversely can take action to set things right. We can help you settle a difficult workplace matter, get your career back on track, and see to it that your employer is held accountable for their actions. A Federal employment lawyer DC community members trust has helped those who have been the victims of:
- Whistleblowing retaliation
We work hard to see that our clients are safe from further mistreatment, while holding the offending party responsible for their behavior. We can provide a compassionate ear, answers to your most concerning questions, an assessment of your claim, and a deeper understanding of the laws that protect you. We have helped many employees before you, and in many cases, these are innocent people who have been wrongfully fired, demoted, or punished by their company. If we can assist you, we will propose next steps to take. But if not, we can still give you advice and point you in the right direction.
It is imperative that after an unlawful event or mistreatment, you act quickly to get legal help. Deadlines are so important, and can make or break your case. In the majority of jurisdictions, workers may have only 180 or 300 days to submit a discrimination charge. For federal government employees, this timeline may be even shorter, such as only a few weeks to pursue action.
Federal Practice Group
If any of this information resonates with something you are going through in your workplace, please call us right now. So many people wait too long because they aren’t sure whether they have a case or not. If anything, you can get the insight you need to decide if taking action is the right choice for you. Call the Federal Practice Group to hear more about Legal Representation for Federal Employees in Washington, DC.