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Fairfield

As a worker, the actions of your employer can have drastic effects on your livelihood. When the corporation that you devote your time to engages in unfair treatment of its employees, hard-working individuals can suffer as a result. If you’ve been a victim of illegal practices in your workplace, such as discrimination based on your gender, age, or race, you deserve justice.

An attorney can help you hold your employer accountable under Connecticut’s employment laws. You deserve fair treatment and compensation under the law, and you may have a confusing legal battle ahead of you to seek it out. An experienced lawyer can unravel your way forward and guide you through the steps necessary to seek out what you are owed.

Fairfield Employment Law Attorney

At Hayber Law Firm, we fight for the rights of hard working employees across Connecticut. We’ve represented dozens of workers in a range of cases, including situations involving wage and hour law and large class actions suits. We’re not afraid to take on a challenge, and we are determined to fight for those mistreated by large corporations.

Call 860-522-8888 today to schedule a consultation with our experienced legal team. We can analyze your unique situation and give you the confidence to seek out the justice that you deserve. The legal process ahead of you can be daunting, but with a skilled attorney by your side, you can fight for fair treatment under the law.


Fair Wage Laws for Private and Public Sector Workers

Both state and federal laws outline the basic rights of workers. These requirements include fair wages for their work, including minimum wage limits and rules governing overtime. Overtime must be given to employees who work over 40 hours in a week, regardless of their scheduled time.

Sadly, some businesses categorize their workers in misleading ways in order to avoid paying them overtime. This often applies to those listed as assistant managers who perform the same tasks as hourly workers and are refused overtime pay based on their "administrative position."


Fairfield Wrongful Termination Practices and Illegal Discipline

As an at-will employment state, Connecticut gives employers the freedom to terminate employees if they choose. However, employees also have rights that are protected by both state and federal laws. Workers cannot lose their jobs or be disciplined as a result of discrimination against their sex, race, age, disability, or other factors. In addition, certain actions, such as reporting sexual harassment cannot be used as grounds to terminate employees.


Local Zip Codes within Fairfield

  • 06824
  • 06825
  • 06828

Finding a Qualified Employment Law Attorney in Fairfield

If you have been taken advantage of by an unscrupulous corporation or illegal businesses practices, you need the help of an attorney to seek justice. Hayber Law Firm has experience in every aspect of labor laws, and we know how to proactively protect your rights as an employee. Richard Hayber has been assisting clients treated unfairly by their employers for over a decade, and he knows exactly what you're up against. Call 860-522-8888 today to schedule your consultation

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Client Testimonials

"I worked for a retailer and was a Plaintiff in a class action for unpaid overtime wages. Hayber Law Firm did an amazing job of getting our unpaid overtime back to us. Every one at the firm that I dealt with through that process was wonderful to work with. I appreciate all they did for us more than you will ever know."

- L. LeHeup, Georgia