Department of Navy
Federal employees may not know that they are protected by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, or EEOC. If you have lost your job at the Department of Navy, and think you may have been wrongfully terminated, a lawyer can offer committed legal representation during this difficult time. Unfortunately, many federal employees do not voice their concerns about workplace discrimination for fear of repercussions. Federal employees have special legal protections not afforded to workers in the private sector. It is vital that you contact us if you think any of your rights have been violated. A skilled Department of Navy employment attorney will seek to effectively demonstrate that you have been a victim of harassment, retaliation or discrimination at your federal position.
Contacting a lawyer from The Federal Practice Group could be the first step toward getting the compensation you deserve. The firm has experience in federal employment litigation, and is prepared to represent any Department of Navy employee who has been denied a position because of gender, race, nationality, age or a disability. The legal team includes Debra D'Agostino, who has over ten years of experience with federal employment law cases. The EEOC and Merit System Protection Board (MSPB) were formed to hear cases like yours. Working for a military institution can make you hesitant about taking legal action, but you cannot afford to stay silent.
Rights of Navy Employees
Some federal employees may feel intimidated after suffering harassment at the workplace, but the EEOC has a complaint process in place so that your rights can be protected. As a Department of Navy employee, you are legally protected from discrimination. Facing racial discrimination, sexual harassment or a wrongful termination by your employers can cause stress and financial hardship. The firm can protect your rights and help you seek the compensation you deserve.