A Full-Service Law Firm for Nebraska Locals & Businesses Serving Western Nebraska Since 1977

Scottsbluff Employment Lawyers

Over 100 Years of Collective Experience in Nebraska Labor Law

At Douglas, Kelly, Ostdiek, Snyder, Ossian, Vogl & Snyder, we take breaches of employment and labor laws very seriously. We know that you rely on your job to provide you with an income, but this does not mean you should put up with abuse. It is important that you speak with a lawyer as soon as possible after being mistreated in the workplace or after a wrongfully terminated. Fortunately, there are both state and federal employment laws in place to protect employees from abuse or mistreatment.

Contact us online or call (308) 365-1994 to schedule a free case review with an employment law attorney in Scottsbluff today.

Advocating for Employees' Rights in Scottsbluff

At Douglas, Kelly, Ostdiek, Snyder, Ossian, Vogl & Snyder, we strongly believe that you have the right to be treated properly in the workplace, regardless of what industry you work in or the job title you hold. Many employees find themselves being discriminated against or facing abuse due to not being aware of their rights. If you have been treated unfairly in the workplace, a Nebraska labor law attorney is on your side.

You can rely on us to represent the following types of workplace and labor law issues:

  • Gender discrimination
  • Pregnancy discrimination
  • Racial discrimination
  • Religious discrimination
  • Age discrimination
  • Disability discrimination
  • Breach of contract
  • Wrongful determination
  • Sexual harassment
  • Unpaid Wages
  • Wage disputes
  • Hour and meal break disputes
  • Employee misclassifications
  • Whistleblower retaliation
  • Severance agreements

Meal Break Disputes in Nebraska

According to Nebraska labor law, all employers must provide a lunch break of 30 minutes after a shift of at least 8 hours to employees who work in workshops, mechanical environments, and assembling plants.

For those who work in offices or businesses, employers are allowed to decide lunch and break periods, no matter how long the shift is. Nebraska follows federal law if an employer chooses to provide additional breaks lasting less than 20 minutes. Breaks like this are paid. Meal periods that last 30 or more minutes do not need to be paid.

Contact Us for Representation in Serious Workplace Matters

If you feel that you have been the victim of discrimination, harassment, or another breach of employment law, our experienced Scottsbluff labor lawyers are familiar with all of the laws that regulate workplaces. We can also help you with other types of labor law issues, such as benefits or lack of compensation.

Call (308) 365-1994 to for a free consultation with a Nebraska labor law attorney. We are backed by 100+ years' shared experience.

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