Getting you back to work

citylineblsmDiscrimination, harassment, wrongful termination. You need to get back to work.

Workplace discrimination costs the U.S. economy upwards of $64 billion* each year, and its impact on individuals and families is truly devastating. What’s worse, employers and supervisors who harass, discriminate, or wrongfully terminate their employees often single out workers who they’ve identified as having little or no recourse. Like schoolyard bullies, they may seek out targets who they think can’t fight back.

But New Mexico’s courts do provide protections for employees who’ve suffered wrongful termination, on-the-job discrimination, harassment, whistleblower retaliation, or other unlawful workplace practices. And employees don’t have to navigate the legal system alone. If you think you’ve been targeted for unfair discrimination or harassment in the workplace, we’re here to listen to your story and discuss your rights. Contact us for a free consultation.

*Level Playing Field Institute, “The Cost of Employee Turnover Due Solely to Unfairness in the Workplace” (2007).

In the news

Former NMSU janitors allege abuse, extortion in lawsuit [link]