Employees in Pennsylvania and New Jersey are often anxious and fearful after getting fired or terminated from their jobs. Many also feel hopeless and believe that nothing can be done and no recourse is available.
Throughout our years of employment law practice in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, we are here to tell you that, in many instances, there is something that can be done.
Our Philadelphia employment law firm accepts wrongful termination cases throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey. For over 2 decades, we’ve represented employees in all industries who were wrongfully terminated, helping them obtain back pay and even job reinstatement. Contact our employment law firm for a free, no obligation consultation.
Latest EEOC Wrongful Termination News: A Pennsylvania grocery chain is accused of terminating a female employee after she was subjected to sexual harassment by a supervisor. After the employee complained about the alleged conduct, which included forcible kissing, Weis Markets is accused of attempting to force the employee to comply with the company’s employee assistance program. The program required the employee to submit to a medical examination and disability-related questions. When she refused, she was fired. See the October 2023 news release: EEOC Sues Weis Markets for Sexual Harassment and Unlawful Use of Employee Assistance Program.