Be Careful About Saying “Discrimination” In A WI Unemployment Proceeding- That Word Usually Has No Place There
On behalf of Peterson, Berk & Cross, S.C.
As an employee rights attorney, I routinely represent Wisconsin workers in unemployment proceedings. It is common for me to read unemployment-related documents, and to see that my client has (before s/he retained me), used the word “discrimination” in talking about the employer’s actions to the unemployment office. And almost always when I see that word […]READ MORE