Discrimination? Retaliation? Hostile work environment? Unpaid wages?

When workers have concerns about unfair employment practices, they deserve answers from qualified professionals.

The purpose of the Texas Employment Lawyer blog is to help Texas workers know and understand their rights and cover the latest in employment news.

Texas is not an employee friendly state.  Being an at-will employment state means that Texas employers can fire an employee for any reason or no reason at all.  However, there are many laws that provide protections to employees.

For instance, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects employees from discrimination based on race, color, national origin, religion, and sex.  The Americans with Disabilities Act protects workers from discrimination based on a disability or perceived disability, and further requires that employers provide reasonable work accommodations.  There are other laws that protect employees from age discrimination, protect their wages, require employers to allow employees to take family and medical leave, and ensure safe working conditions.  These are just some of the laws that might provide a worker with protection.

Our Texas employment lawyers in Austin or Houston run and manage the Texas Employment Lawyer blog so that it may serve as a resource for employees. Our attorneys hope that the information provided will assist in protecting the rights of employees facing discrimination and other unfair employment practices in the state of Texas. Here, our attorneys not only want to discuss the law, but because no blog can fully cover all aspects of the law, our attorneys hope that the information provided prompts employees to ask more questions when they are thinking, “Can they really do that to me?” or “Is that legal?”

The blog is just that – a resource.  Employment law is a complex area of the law.  And, because every employee will have a work experience that is unique to them, it is recommended that workers with employment concerns consult with an attorney.   If you need someone to hear your story, give you legal advice based upon the facts specific to what you are experiencing at work, and give you a voice, we encourage you to contact one of our  Austin or Houston employment lawyers to schedule a consultation.

The attorneys who operate the Texas Employment Lawyer blog focus their practice solely on the rights of employees.  Combined, attorneys Robert J. Wiley, Colin W. Walsh, Kalandra N. Wheeler, Jairo N. Castellanos, and Julie St. John have over 40 years of employment law experience.  Additionally, Mr. Wiley, Mr. Walsh, and Ms. Wheeler are Board Certified in Labor and Employment Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

Our attorneys are dedicated to protecting employee rights and fight companies large and small.

If you are dealing with discrimination or retaliation, working in a hostile work environment, or concerned about safety at work, our attorneys can help. If you know you are not receiving equal pay or are fighting for your unpaid wages, our attorneys can help. If your employer refuses to grant you family or medical leave or if you fear retaliation for making a whistleblower complaint, our attorneys can help.

We represent employees across the state of Texas. If you have concerns in the workplace and are interested in knowing your rights, schedule your initial consultation today with one of our  Austin or Houston attorneys.  Only you can protect your rights by taking action.

We represent employees across the state of Texas. If you are interested in an initial consultation, please contact one of our offices.

Austin Office (Including: Travis County, Georgetown, Round Rock, Pflugerville, Buda, San Marcos, Bastrop County, Elgin, San Antonio, Bexar County, Boerne, Fredericksburg, Alamo Heights, New Braunfels, Schertz, Castle Hills, and Universal City)

Phone: (512) 271-5527

Houston Office (Harris County including Baytown, Bellaire, Channelview, Cypress, Houston, Humble, Katy, Kingwood, Pasadena, Spring, and The Woodlands; Brazoria County including Pearland; Fort Bend County including Missouri City, Richmond, and Sugar Land; Galveston County including Friendswood, Galveston, and League City.)

Phone: (713) 337 -1333