Kannapolis Employment Law Attorneys

Kannapolis is a city in Cabarrus and Rowan County. It is home to the Kannapolis Cannon Ballers, northwest of Concord and northeast of Charlotte, NC. As a relatively new city, incorporated in 1984, it houses 49,788 residents and is home to several large employers, including the North Carolina Research Campus, Cannon Manufacturing, and Ambassador Christian College.

North Carolina and federal laws protect Kannapolis area residents from unfair practices. Employers may still violate laws and negatively affect your career and income. If you live in Kannapolis and have issues at work, you may need the help of an attorney.

If you or a family member are affected by an employment law issue, contact The Law Office of Jason E. Taylor, P.C. for a free consultation. Our knowledgeable team has the experience necessary to get you the compensation you deserve.

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Employment Law Cases We Handle

Our law firm has the knowledge and skill needed to handle cases in the following practice areas:

Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment in the workplace is prohibited by North Carolina and federal laws. Employers must be proactive in keeping a harassment-free environment and training workers in harassment laws.

Seek an employment attorney’s advice before resigning or reporting incidents. These complex situations can result in backlash. Workers who quit can lose some legal rights.

Gender Discrimination

Gender discrimination includes treating employees differently because of their gender. It can occur through direct actions like hiring or firing, unfair workplace policies, or a hostile environment.

Wage and Hour Claims

Wage and hour claims typically stem from a failure to pay wages or not compensating employees for overtime. It can also include mislabeling employees and violating minimum wage laws. Employees may be mislabeled as independent contractors or interns.

Severance Negotiations

An unexpected job loss can cause stress to the employee and an entire family due to a lack of income or benefits. Sometimes, companies offer a terminated employee a severance package. An employment attorney can help you negotiate a fair severance package if your terms are unacceptable.

Other cases our attorneys handle include:

  • Race and national origin discrimination can occur in instances similar to gender discrimination.
  • Age discrimination claims are common. Employees over 40 are protected by the Age Discrimination in Employment Act.
  • Federal and North Carolina laws protect employees from religious discrimination, harassment, and unfair grooming or dress requirements. Employees are owed reasonable compromise of religious practices.
  • Prejudice claims for pregnant employees are guided under the federal Pregnancy Discrimination Act. This act protects expectant mothers who work through their pregnancies. Employers must provide reasonable expectations like reduced duties and temporary leave from work.

Whistleblowers take personal risks and put a lot of effort into making their claims. They may be eligible for compensation and regain their employment.

Contact our Kannapolis Employment Attorneys

We’re skilled in employment law at The Law Offices of Jason E. Taylor, P.C. We dedicate ourselves to helping employees who have received unfair employment discrimination at their jobs in Kannapolis, North Carolina. Our law firm has experience with the laws and regulations surrounding employee rights and the consequences for the employers in some instances.

We will fight to ensure that your employer respects your rights and hears your complaints. Don’t give up the effort to get what you deserve. Let us do the work to get you back to a workplace where you feel respected. Call us today to set up your free consultation; we serve clients across North and South Carolina. We also handle personal injury cases.

Charlotte Office:
301 S McDowell St #1016
Charlotte, NC 28204


(704) 981-8668

Toll Free

(800) 351-3008

Hickory Office:
120 3rd St NE
Hickory, NC 28601


(828) 518-6655

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(800) 351-3008

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