For nearly two decades, retaliation claims have risen annually. Retaliation is the most common type of charge, accounting in 2020 for more than half of all charges filed. Individuals often believe adverse actions are taken against them for voicing legitimate workplace concerns in good faith. Retaliation claims often create an increased risk and greater exposure for companies. Such factors highlight the importance of retaliation mediation, which can help the parties resolve their disputes without going to trial.
The mediators of Eischens + Vogel Mediation Solutions are experienced employment litigators who approach each case with rigorous preparation. They offer litigants a fair and neutral third party to help facilitate a resolution that is satisfying to both sides.
Case types handled include:
- Title VII and state laws prohibiting retaliation
- Workers compensation retaliation
- Whistleblower retaliation
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) retaliation
- False Claims Act retaliation
- Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) retaliation