Federal Employees Discrimination
Federal employees have the same rights as private sector employees to be free of discrimination at work, but their time frame for filing a charge is considerably shorter than for private sector employees.
If you work for a Federal agency and think you have been the target of discrimination at work, you should contact us immediately. Discrimination can mean you were unfairly disciplined, you were subjected to different performance standards than other employees, you were unfairly denied a promotion, or you were subjected to offensive jokes or insults based on your protected class (like your race, your gender, your religion, your age, etc.)
Examples of Discrimination
There are many different types of discrimination and harassment. The following are a few of the most common examples:
Kansas City Government Discrimination Lawyer
We have extensive experience representing Federal employees in all manner of personnel matters, including EEO cases, disciplinary actions, and arbitrations. These cases are handled on an hourly basis.
If you have been mistreated or retaliated against, please contact
our office so we can help you. Call our offices in Overland Park and Kansas City at 913-322-3528