Employment Law Videos
Three Reasons People LOSE Employment Lawsuits
In this video, I explain my top three reasons some people lose their employment lawsuits.
Should You Give 2-Week Notice?
You don't have to, but sometimes you should. Watch my video to learn more!
Four Signs That You Are Getting FIRED
In this video, I explain what to look out for to know when your employer is getting ready to fire you.
Why HR Is Not Your Friend
In this video, I explain why HR is not your friend. Watch my video to learn the tricks HR plays on workers and how to protect yourself.
Top Five Reasons To Sue Your Employer
Here are my TOP 5 reasons to sue your employer.
Can You Sue Your Employer If You Quit?
Can you sue your employer if you quit your job? The answer is "yes," sometimes. But quitting blocks your ability to bring some claims, and it reduces the damages you can collect for other claims. So, watch my video to find out more!
What Happens When You Sue Your Employer?
In this video, I go through each phase of the litigation process.
Pregnancy Discrimination Explained By Lawyer
In this video, I break down pregnancy discrimination in all of its forms.
Can You Record People Without Permission?
Recording people without their permission is sometimes ILLEGAL. Watch this video to find out when you can record people without their permission and when it is against the law.
When To Talk To HR
Sometimes, you should definitely talk to HR (especially if you want to bring a legal claim). But other times, it can actually put your job at risk. Watch the video to find out more.
Hostile Work Environment Explained
In this video, I explain the law against Hostile Work Environments.
When Is Bullying At Work ILLEGAL?
In this video, I explain the differences between workplace bullying and a hostile work environmnet.
3 Tips To Win Your Employment Case
Here are my TOP 3 tips to win your employment case.
How To Prove Retaliation
Want to know how to prove workplace retaliation? I explain exactly how in this video!
What Makes a Good Employment Case?
In this video, I explain the three factors that make a good employment case.
At-Will Employment Explained
In this video, I explain how At-Will employment works and what that means for you.
Can Your Employer Access Your Social Media?
Washington, along with most other states, has a law that prohibits employers from asking about private social media content. Learn more in this video!
Can Your Employer Lie To You?
In this video, I detail three scenarios where it's illegal for your employer to lie.
In this video, I explain how the laws against disability discrimination work.
How to Prove Discrimination
In this video, I explain how a worker can prove his or her claim of workplace discrimination.
Equal Pay Laws Explained
In this video, I explain how equal pay laws work and why they are important for remedying the gender pay gap
How Much Does it Cost to Hire an Employment Attorney?
In this video, I break down the costs associated with hiring an employment attorney.
Wrongful Termination Explained
In this video, I break down the law of Wrongful Termination for Washington State.
Three Types of ILLEGAL Discrimination
In this video, I detail the three theories of workplace discrimination.
Unpaid Overtime Laws Explained
In this video, I explain how overtime works and to whom overtime laws apply.
Workplace Harassment Explained
In this video, I break down the laws that prohibit harassment at work.
Retaliation at Work
In this video, I explain the laws that prohibit employers from retaliating against employees.
In this video, I break down the laws that prohibit discrimination and what to do if you think your employer discriminated against you.
In this video, I explain the laws against sexual harassment.
Employment Law is my Singular focus
If you were the victim of an illegal employment practice, you need an employment attorney who knows the practice area well and can get you compensation.
I am an employment lawyer in Seattle, Washington, who focuses on this one area of law so that you can rest assured that your case is in the right hands.
Contact Hones Law today for a free consultation.