Rogers, AR asked in Business Law, Civil Rights and Employment Discrimination for Arkansas

Q: HR&Ethics no action when reported boss. He's been reported previously and nothing done. EEOC case WM forced admin lv.

I was placed on Paid Admin Leave when WM learned I have EEOC case. I've learned someone has taken my job. I can't understand how this has happened to me. I followed Code of Ethics and rules and my career is over. My boss has been reported previously. Open doored last year. I began working for him last year clueless he had complaints and now I know the complaints were ignored. I walked in blinded and now my life has been turned upside down. I've been told to look for another job. I didn't do anything wrong and if I leave, income loss will greatly affect me. EEOC case left mediation and now waiting for WM statement. Highly unlikely it will go further because no law has been broken. I suffered adverse affects to my career, retaliation and Code of Ethics blantenly violated and I've read many cases successful against WM for knowingly aware of problem boss and took no action. Is there an Attorney that can help with this.

1 Lawyer Answer
W. Whitfield Hyman
W. Whitfield Hyman
  • Civil Rights Lawyer
  • Fayetteville, AR
  • Licensed in Arkansas

A: I suggest Steven Woods in Rogers, he practices employment law and will be able to help if you have a case.

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