There are many laws that define the employer-employee relationship, covering the obligations of both parties when it comes to salaries, safety, discrimination, and wrongful termination.
Federal laws define most of what these obligations are and legal action is usually taken when an employee is discriminated against because of their gender or nationality; an employee believes they are being sexually harassed and unable to perform their job functions; wage and hour disputes, because the employer must pay the minimum wage, overtime, and the ability to take leave for family and medical reasons; and wrongful termination, which protects an employee from being fired because of a legal complaint against them or because of their race or gender.
Some of the legal options in these cases depend on the number of employees the employer has and the amount of time the employee worked at the office.
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