What do you do when your boss, human resources, employee relations, and the legal department have aligned against you? How do you turn the tables at work? When you’ve been targeted at work you need the Walking Papers Podcast.
Drawing on a wealth of experience, much learned from his time on the dark side (representing employers), North Carolina attorney Josh Van Kampen, of Van Kampen Law is here to provide practical advice for people who are on the wrong side of a situation at work. We will discuss the pitfalls to avoid and countermeasures to deploy that may save your job or put you in the best position to negotiate a favorable settlement.
Van Kampen Law is only one of a small handful of employment lawyers in North Carolina that exclusively practice plaintiff-side employment law. Based out of Charlotte, NC, Van Kampen Law combats discrimination, providing representation to victims of employment discrimination and sexual harassment from the factory floor to the board room. To find out more or schedule a consultation fill out our Online Intake Form or call 704 247-3245 for a free initial intake interview with our experienced NC employment law attorneys. Until we have a chance to speak, keep your head up and wits about you.
You Have Been Human Resourced – With Attorney Bartina Edwards
On this podcast episode, we talk with attorney Bartina Edwards to explore how and when an employee should make a report to human resources. Learn strategies to prepare for if you witness or become subjected to workplace bias and discrimination.
Peeling Back the Mystery of Employment Mediation with Attorney Steve Dunn
Most North Carolina labor and employment cases require mediation sessions. In this episode, Josh and special guest attorney, Steve Dunn, prepare you for a successful mediation.
You Want Me on That Wall, You Need Me on That Wall: Proving Your Discrimination Case Without Colonel Jessup Admitting He Ordered the Code Red
Contrary to popular belief, you don’t always have to have a smoking gun to prove a discrimination case. In this episode, Josh explores how your employment law suit can still render success without employer admission.
When is enough enough? There might be less pros than cons when it comes to resigning from your position especially when considering a workplace discrimination lawsuit.
Wondering what you should do after getting a BS evaluation or write up at work? Josh explores how you can dispute faulty reports and prevent wrongful termination.
Questioning whether you should resign or take legal action against an employer? Josh explains common mistakes he sees workers make before they come to his office gives you insight on what steps you should take to get the best results possible.
Knowledge is power when it comes to plaintiff-side employment law cases. Our podcast helps you avoid common litigation mistakes while turning the tables in your favor.