Blowing the whistle on your employer is often a brave act that keeps people safe, but it comes with grave risks that employees must take seriously. If your employer retaliates, you may have limited legal options, especially in Texas. However, the law does provide some protection for whistleblowers that a lawyer committed to protecting your interests can help you pursue.
The law treats employees who leave their jobs voluntarily differently than those who are dismissed involuntarily. Often, it is to an employer’s benefit when an employee’s departure is voluntary.
The discretion employers are given when it comes to firing employees is not unlimited. There are certain things employers are prohibited from doing when it comes to firing decisions.
Due to the increased demand created by the aging baby boomer generation, home-care is the fastest growing occupation in the country.