Written by attorney Jill Ellen Jensen Thrash

What Every Tennessee Employee Needs To Know About Tennessee Employment Law

The intent of this guide is to provide an overview of Tennessee employment laws, including what it means to be an at-will employee, to assist employees in determining whether they have grounds for filing a lawsuit based on wrongful termination in Tennessee.

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For more information on discrimination claims under Title VII, please call the EEOC at (800) 669-4000 or visit their website via the link provided below. If you feel you have been discriminated or retaliated against by a Tennessee employer, you can file a claim with the Tennessee Human Rights Commission on their website via the link provided below. Finally, if you believe you were terminated as a result of asserting a federal right (such as requesting leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act), please call the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workplace Development at (844) 224-5818 or visit their website via the link provided below.

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