Employment Law Questions? Ask an Employment Lawyer.
Yes, you need contact your state labor law board as well EEOC immediately! Several of your civil rights in the workplace has been violated (see below). I also believe you can sue your employer for negligence, improper conduct, harassment in the workplace, conspiracy to harm your intellectual ability (there is a law for that actually under the ADA compliance in the workplace section), wrongful termination and possibly fraudalent conduct. I would consult an employment attorney ASAP - find one in your city that may offer a free consulation or reduced consulation based on you situation- you might be surprised!
Your basic civil rights in the workplace, essentially as follows:
Your employer also demonstrated unfair labor practices under Federal Labor Management Relations Agency.
Look here for some helpful information -
Since your were terminated today - go ahead and take immediate action as the information is fresh in your mind! You may also be eligible for unemployment - check with your local unemployment agency!
Best of luck and take care!
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