Is it against labor law for an employer to reprimand a employee for one thing and not reprimand another for the exact same thing (both employees have same job title and everything):confused: Also as far as wages go can an employer make an employee take leadman responsibility and work load, without higher pay or title?:eek:
I was not fired, but was reprimanded and wrongly so. I can not complain to another supervisor, because nothing will be done anyway and it will make my work enviroment very uncomfortable for me. I feel I am constantly treated unfairly but unfortunately jobs here are few and far between and I don't know what to do
There are no laws prohibiting an employer from reprimanding an employee, and no law that requires them to treat all employees exactly equally. The only caveat is that if they are going to treat employees differently, it cannot be BECAUSE OF a characteristic that is protected under the law.
The law does not require fair. The law only requires legal.