Springfield Employment Attorney
At Hayber, McKenna & Dinsmore, LLC, our Springfield employment attorneys fight tirelessly to protect the legal rights of hard-working employees throughout Western Massachusetts. We have the skills and experience to help you hold your employer accountable under state and federal employment laws. If you have questions about your labor rights or your legal options, please do not hesitate to contact us at our Springfield, MA law office for a confidential, no obligation initial consultation.
Employment Law Services We Offer in Springfield, MA
Wage and Hour Laws
Employees should receive fair wages and full benefits without any unreasonable or unjustified delay. Some notable examples of wage and hour laws include minimum wage regulations, overtime pay laws, unused sick/vacation pay laws, and final paycheck regulations. If you believe that you or your loved one were unlawfully underpaid in violation of federal law or Massachusetts law, our Springfield wage and hour lawyers are here to help. Regardless of the specific nature of your case, we will help you understand your rights and take action to get you the rightful compensation that you deserve.
Sexual harassment can take a wide range of different forms—from a fellow employee making disparaging “jokes” to unwelcomed advances or nonconsensual physical contact from a manager. Unfortunately, sexual harassment remains a real problem in the workplace. By some estimates, nearly half of women and one quarter of men report that they have experienced sexual harassment while on the job. Though, it is believed that the true figure may even be higher than that.
All sexual harassment complaints should be taken seriously. Employers may be responsible for the conduct of supervisors, staff, and even customers. At Hayber, McKenna & Dinsmore, LLC, our Springfield sexual harassment attorneys are compassionate and effective advocates for employees. If you or your family member was subject to any type of unlawful sexual advances or sexual harassment on the job, call us today.
Although Massachusetts is an ‘at-will’ employment state, companies cannot fire workers for any reason that they want to. State and federal laws provide important protections for employees. Some common examples of wrongful termination include discrimination, retaliation, and breach of contract. Through a wrongful termination claim, an aggrieved employee can recover financial compensation for the full extent of their damages. Among other things, they may be entitled to damages for back pay and loss of benefits. If you or your loved one were unlawfully terminated or discharged by an employer, please contact our Springfield wrongful termination attorneys for immediate assistance with your case.
Get Help From Our Springfield Employment Law Attorneys Today
At Hayber, McKenna & Dinsmore, LLC, our top-rated Springfield employment lawyers are committed to protecting the rights and interests of employees. Whether you were denied fair pay, endured harassment in the workplace, were wrongfully terminated or had your rights violated in any other manner, we are here to help. To set up a strictly confidential, no commitment consultation, please contact our Springfield law office at (413) 785-1400.
Hayber, McKenna & Dinsmore, LLC
Monarch Place, 1 Boland Way, #1340
Springfield, MA 01144
Tel: (413) 785-1400