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Ohio Age Discrimination Attorney
Were only older workers laid off in a corporate downsizing? Were you passed over for promotion or hiring in favor of a younger worker, even though you were better qualified? Does your boss always pick younger workers for plum assignments?
You may be the victim of illegal employment discrimination based on age. Contact Columbus, Ohio attorney Rayl L. Stepter, a specialist in employment law with years of experience in age discrimination cases.
Employment Law Specialist Rayl L. Stepter Fighting for Your Rights Since 1993
According to the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission (EEOC), it is unlawful to make decisions based on age with respect to an employee's hiring, firing, promotion, layoff, compensation, benefits, job assignments, or training.
Retaliating against an employee who opposes discrimination based on age is also illegal, whether the worker voices complaints, files a discrimination or harassment claim, or pursues employment litigation.
Some employers believe an older worker doesn't have enough energy to do the job. Others believe workers older than 40 cannot learn new computer skills. At Stepter Law Office, we know that experience counts.
We have more than 15 years of experience fighting for the rights of older workers and helping them recover financial compensation for damages. If you have been discriminated against because of your age, attorney Rayl L. Stepter, an employment law specialist, will investigate your claim, gather evidence, attempt to negotiate valid claims of discrimination, and if necessary, file an age discrimination lawsuit on your behalf.
If you are 40 or older and have been illegally discriminated against at work because of your age, contact Stepter Law Office for effective representation.
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