Most Puerto Rico residents spend approximately 8 hours per day at work Monday through Friday. In order to be as focused and productive as possible your work environment should be conducive to getting your daily tasks completed. Any type of emotional, physical or psychological discomfort due to being treated unfairly at work can negatively disrupt your performance. If you have been the victim of workplace harassment, sexual harassment, discrimination or are due unpaid wages you need an experienced Puerto Rico employment law attorney. Contact the employment law lawyers serving all PR residents as well as the LGBT community, at our firm for a free consultation. They handle employment law claims in Puerto Rico on a contingency fee basis meaning they charge no fee unless they recover for you. Our San Juan employment law attorneys can also be contacted @puertoricanlawyers.
Cases Our Puerto Rico Employment Law Attorneys Handle
While the United States does have federal working laws in place, each state, including Puerto Rico, will have specific guidelines for the state that may not always agree with federal laws. Anyone involved with an employee law case whether it is at a federal level or deals with state laws needs to have a qualified San Juan Puerto Rico employment law attorney, simply because these types of cases can get complicated very quickly. Many of the issues can involve:
It is often very difficult to pursue legal recourse against an employee, even with the types of legal services available to people today. Many times employers will have greater legal and financial resources than their disgruntled employees and people often give up their legal battle in a mess of red tape and frustration. However, never give up your rights but seek fairness in every pre-employment issue, training and background checks requirements and the benefits that you are entitled to per Puerto Rico and federal labor law. Fighting discrimination, sexual harassment or unfair hiring practices is tough, but not impossible as long as you have qualified legal representation. An experienced employment law attorney is able to act as your guide to the state and federal rights that belong to you and can help you seek justice.
If you are enduring difficult issues in the workplace in Puerto Rico please do not hesitate to contact the Puerto Rico employment law lawyers at. Let them put their vast experience and knowledge of Puerto Rico labor and employment law to work for you.
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