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Employer Misrepresentation of Obligations

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In our economy, good jobs are getting harder to come by and employees are realizing how important it is for them to hold on to the jobs that they have. Unfortunately, this disparity has led to an abuse of power by some employers who are telling new hires or employees one thing, but either not following through with what was promised or doing something completely different altogether.

Need a lawyer for an employer misrepresentation of obligations in New Haven? At Axelrod & Associates, our New Haven employment lawyers have over 47 years of combined experience handling all types of employer misconduct, discrimination, harassment, and wrongful termination cases. Our practice utilizes a variety of legal tools such as demand letters, arbitration, mediation and aggressive litigation techniques to motivate employers and companies to take responsibility for their actions against wronged employees.

Has your employer been dishonest or mislead you?

Employers frequently have the upper hand when it comes to employer/employee relationships. While there are many good employers who sincerely care about keeping promises to employees, there are some bad apples that don't have your best interests at heart.

It is not uncommon for an employer to tell employees or potential new hires one thing, but to intentionally not follow through or do something completely different altogether. Such empty promises or misleading statements commonly involve:

  • Wages
  • Hours
  • Insurance benefits
  • Time off
  • Position of employment (occupation)
  • Salary
  • Length of employment

At times unscrupulous employers use false and misleading statements to get a potential new hire to accept a position, or to get a current employee to stay in a position that they would otherwise abandon. Unfortunately, when such intentional misrepresentations get an employee to agree to do something they would have otherwise done differently if they had the true information, it can affect many aspects of the employee's personal and professional life, including their job, family, income and career.

All potential hires, new hires, and employees have the right to honesty and the truth about their jobs and what they entail. No employer has the right to intentionally make false promises or misleading statements that give false hope to employees.

Contact the New Haven Firm of Axelrod & Associates, LLC today!

Looking for a lawyer for employer misrepresentation of obligations in New Haven? If you have been a victim of misrepresentation in the workplace, we urge you to contact a New Haven employment attorney from Axelrod & Associates, LLC to discuss the possibility of filing an action against your employer for any damages you have sustained.

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