Both employers and employees have rights and responsibilities in the workplace, governed by various Colorado and federal laws.
Employees have the right to work in a place free of discrimination, sexual harassment, and retaliation. They have the right to be paid for their hours worked, including overtime. They also have the right not to be wrongfully terminated, which
occurs when an employee loses his or her job for discriminatory reasons or when the firing breaches the terms of an employment contract.
Employers, in turn, have the right the run their business as they see fit, as long as it does not violate employee rights and other Colorado laws.
Unfortunately, what starts as a stable working relationship between employee and employer can quickly turn sour if an employment dispute occurs.
At Hunsaker | Emmi, we have extensive experience handling employment disputes.
In every case, we search for the best solution possible, looking at the possibilities from the client’s perspective. Whether you are an employee who believes that your employer has violated your rights, or you are an employer who believes you
have been unfairly accused of employee mistreatment, we can help you.
Call us today to schedule an appointment with an experienced employment dispute attorney in near in our office in Golden, Colorado.