This website could not have been completed without the help of:
The Asian worker in Memphis, Tennessee, who fears he may be discriminated against. It's hard, coming from another country and trying to fit in. Some bosses will take advantage of insecurities like that and pressure you to work for less than a legal wage or work extra hours 'off-the-clock'. Those tactics are against the law and the courts will deal harshly with companies that break the rules.
The automotive worker in Knoxville, Tennessee, disliked by management for whistleblowing. Sometimes it is necessary to go outside of the company you work for to stop activities that are illegal and endanger lives. You may feel uncomfortable around the workplace after you report an incident, but always remember; lives are always more important than profits!
The construction worker in Nashville, Tennessee, who isn't allowed to have overtime. If a manager approaches you and asks you to shift the hours you've worked from one week to the next so you don't "go over 40," then they are breaking the law. However, there are certain job types that are exempt from these rules. When in doubt, consult with a Tennessee lawyer.
The disabled worker in Jackson, Tennessee, without proper accessibility. It was his understanding that as long as he could do the job (computer programming), the company couldn't fire him. However, his boss wrongly thinks that climbing stairs is part of the job. People with disabilities should immediately talk to a Tennessee attorney when faced with this kind of discrimination.
The discriminated client from
Murfreesborough, Tennessee, getting help. If you don't make the call then we can't help. You are the most important part of the equation and we understand that. Come to us, talk to us, and we will help you get things straightened out and back on track.
The doctored timecards that caused a very messy divorce in Cumberland, Tennessee. Thank goodness Crone & Mason, PLC, in Memphis, Tennessee was there to help. Miles Mason is an excellent litigator and a Rule 31 listed mediator. Thank kind of experience doesn't grow on tress, y'know!.
The office worker working in an unsafe environment.
The office workers with sad secrets.
The older worker concerned about age discrimination.
The restaurant worker who is only paid in cash.
The school teacher who might be sexually harassed.
The steel worker frightened into silence by his boss.
The telemarketer with no health benefits.
The boss who steals pennies with his clocks.
The manager's pocket watch.
The timeclock that has been tampered with.
The warehouse workers with no rest breaks.
...and Miranda Pearson! (Note: Miranda Pearson is not associated with Crone & Mason, PLC, or its numerous subsidiaries.)