For more information about the many legal issues associated with workplace discrimination and other employment law matters, please review the following resources:
- How To File A Charge Of Discrimination: There are several steps involved when filing charges of discrimination. Click on the link above to learn more about discrimination laws in Florida of which you should be aware. This particular resource also contains valuable links to important government agency websites.
- EEOC Charge Of Discrimination: In Florida, you must typically file federal charges of discrimination within 300 days with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). To get started, please click on the link above to download a PDF copy of the EEOC charge form.
- The Soon-To-Be Ex-Employee's Survival Guide: If you have just received a disciplinary notice from your employer and fear that you may soon be fired, there are many things you can do to help ensure that your rights are protected should you eventually receive a termination letter. Find our more by reading our Soon-To-Be Ex-Employee's Survival Guide.
- Workplace Fairness®: Have more questions about workers' rights? We encourage you to visit Workplace Fairness, an online resource providing information about employment law issues in all 50 states. Feel free to also review weekly employment law updates as well as access older, archived updates.
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If you have legal questions about workplace discrimination, sexual harassment, employer retaliation, wrongful termination or any other employment law issue, please contact one of the experienced employment law attorneys at The Amlong Firm today. You can reach us online or by phone at 954-519-2235. From our main office in Fort Lauderdale, we help victimized employees throughout Florida seek justice.