Workplace injustices aren’t limited to the corporate world. They happen in local, state and federal government agencies, too.
We have represented U.S. Postal Service workers, public school teachers, police officers and other government employees in administrative hearings, local school board hearings, and state and federal courts in cases including:
Government workers’ lawyers in South Carolina understand the specific laws and procedures for government employees that don’t apply to private sector employees. State workers who feel they’ve been wronged in the workplace can file complaints with the State Employee Grievance Committee in the South Carolina Office of Human Resources. Federal employees with work complaints should follow a similar path with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
The proceedings can be incredibly time-consuming and require filing reams of paperwork. An experienced government discrimination attorney at Mann Law Firm can help you navigate this bureaucratic process.
There are specific steps that a state employee must follow if he or she wants to file a grievance.
A government workers’ attorney in South Carolina will know how best to approach these procedures. For 27 years, John P. Mann has been helping state workers through what can be a long and frustrating process.
Whether you’re an employee of or an applicant to a federal agency, you have the right to file a complaint with that agency if you feel that it has discriminated against you.
Similar to state workers, federal employees who have experienced employment injustice have a procedure to follow:
As an employee of a local, state or federal agency, you have a special path for finding justice if you’ve been wronged at work.
But that path can be tricky to navigate. Call the Mann Law Firm located in Greenville, SC at 864.243.8358, email email@example.com or contact the firm online for an experienced and hard-working legal guide.