Is it Worth It to Sue Your Employer?
In this episode of the Employee Survival Guide, Mark discusses whether it is worth it to sue your employer. The discussion covers the factors you will need to consider whether or not to sue your employer, which include the amount of time needed, paying for an hourly vs. contingency attorney, will the suit create a permanent record for new employers, whether or not you mitigated your damages and finding a sense of justice and what that means.
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