Employment fraud occurs when an employer misrepresents the job that they are hiring for.
They may promise a certain salary or title and then not deliver once you’re in the trenches.
With the waning job market, employees may simply accept what they are given rather than put up a fight for fear of losing the job – believing any job is better than none.
Employers need to be up front and let employees know exactly what they are looking for and what they are willing to use to sweeten the deal.
All aspects of job duties, salary and other compensation, title and management expectations should be discussed during the interview process. Never go into a job blindly and always have the guidelines of your employment submitted in writing.
Often times families are uprooted and moved thousands of miles when a job offer has been accepted, only to find out that the employer has reneged on the deal.
Protect yourself, if you suspect employment fraud and/or misrepresentation call us and let us use our expertise to fight to restore not only your job but help repair any possible damages done to you and your family.
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