Retaliation is against the law in Oregon. If you believe you have been retaliated against, please contact our law firm at 503-987-0000. There is no charge for the phone call.
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What Is Retaliation?
In Portland, Oregon, workplace retaliation is most often when a worker is treated differently in the terms and conditions of employment because the worker engaged in conduct protected by law.
Examples Of Retaliation?
There are many different forms of retaliation which sometime depend on what protected conduct the worker engaged in under the law. Common examples of retaliation include wrongful termination, discipline or suspension. Retaliation also includes unfair job assignments, unfair pay and demotion. Cutting hours or unfairly modifying the job schedule can also be forms of retaliation. These are just some examples of retaliation.
Because each case is different, if you believe you have been retaliated against, you should contact an experienced retaliation law firm to help evaluate whether your rights have been violated.
Examples Of Protected Conduct?
Oregon law protects various different conduct. By example, a worker is protected from retaliation when the worker reports, in good faith, what the worker believes to be discrimination or harassment (including but not limited to sexual harassment) under the law. Even if discrimination or harassment is not ultimately found, as long as the worker was reasonable and reported the conduct in good faith then the worker is protected.
Oregon workers are also protected when they oppose or work with others to oppose discrimination or harassment (including but not limited to sexual harassment) under the law. By example, rejecting sexual advances, voicing opposition to discrimination or harassment or working with others to oppose discrimination or harassment are protected from retaliation.
Workers in Oregon can also be protected from retaliation if they “blow the whistle” or report other types of illegal conduct to the proper authorities. Oregon workers can be protected from retaliation if they refuse to engage in unlawful conduct.
There are many examples of protected conduct. These are just some examples. Determining whether a worker is protected from retaliation under the facts at issue requires legal analysis. Anyone who believes they are, or should be, protected from retaliation should contact an experienced Portland, Oregon retaliation lawyer to help determine their rights.
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This is provided as a guide only, and not legal advice. Because of this, it is important you contact a Portland, Oregon lawyer. If you believe you have a case for Portland Sexual Harassment or Portland Discrimination, you can reach out to The Bullman Law Firm at 503-987-0000.