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Facing Retaliation? Call Our Orlando Overtime Attorneys.

Employer retaliation against an employee who files or testifies about an unpaid wage claim is strictly forbidden by both federal and state law. Employers may not demote, reduce an employee’s hours, assign an employee an undesirable shift, reduce job duties, or give intentionally false poor performance reviews when a claim is filed.

Have you suffered retaliation? Call The Trial Professionals P.A. at (855) 375-9959.

What Is Considered Retaliation?

Up to 80% of workers are entitled to receive overtime pay. You have every right to file a claim if you qualify and have been denied fair overtime wages. If an employer does retaliate against you, they can be held civilly and criminally responsible for such unlawful actions.

Some examples of employer retaliation include:

  • Withholding wages
  • Firing the employee for no reason
  • Refusing an expected raise
  • Placing the employee on undesired shifts
  • Giving the worker undesired or lesser job duties
  • Giving negative performance reviews
  • Irrationally disciplining an employee

If you believe that an employer has retaliated against you for making a claim regarding unpaid wages, contact the Orlando unpaid wage attorneys at The Trial Professionals P.A. as soon as possible so we can help you to recover your pay and collect for any damages you may be entitled to.

Set Up an Initial Consultation

At The Trial Professionals P.A., we carefully review your situation and determine whether or not you have been wrongly retaliated against due to your overtime or wage claim. Our goal is to make sure your rights remain protected every step of the way and your future safeguarded. Let us shield you from any retaliation and seek the just compensation you are owed for your overtime!

Call (855) 375-9959 to schedule a free initial consultation with our Orlando overtime attorneys.

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