This is our holiday. This is the holiday for workers and employees all over Ohio and the United States. This is the holiday for all races to be free discrimination – if you are Black or White. On Labor Day, let’s take a moment to pray that all can work without religious discrimination, and be thankful that we can work with or without a disability. Today is Labor Day, and tomorrow, our employment law attorneys return to working hard to ensure that women are not being discriminated against, are notbeing sexually harassed, and arebeing paid the same as men. And, while it is not Memorial Day, let’s give a shout out to all the men and women that serve in the military, even after they come home to other jobs.
Labor Day is really a holiday about workers. It created by the labor movement during the Industrial Revolution. Think late 1800s. At this point in history the average worker had 12-hour days and worked seven-day weeks without minimum wages or overtime laws to protect them. The best that you could say about the working conditions was that they were unsafe and unsanitary – and there was no such thing as whistle blowing. Labor Day was the first strike day to demand rights as workers.
It is a fight that we are proud to continue today at Spitz, The Employee’s Law Firm.
So, if you are spending your holiday weekend searching “I need a lawyer because I have been wrongfully fired or terminated;” or “I have been discriminated against based on my …” race, national origin, gender, age, religion or disability; or even think that you might need an employment lawyer, then it would be best to call the right attorney to schedule a free and confidential consultation at 866-797-6040. Spitz, The Employee’s Law Firm and its attorneys are experienced and dedicated to protecting employees’ rights and solving employment disputes.
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