Workplace discrimination is the unfair treatment of employees based on their legally protected status. Fair employment laws prohibit employment decisions and treatment based on a person's protected status.
This Includes Practices Regarding:
– Employee services
– Working conditions
– Appearance requirements
– Leave management
– Disciplinary actions
– Promotion, transfer or demotion
– Exercise of legal rights
– Downsizing, layoff or reduction in force
– Termination practices of the employer
Protected Classes Include:
- Sexual Orientation
- Gender Identity
– Physical disability
– Mental disability
– Genetic Information
– Medical condition, including cancer
– National origin
– Political affiliation
– Marital status
– Military and veteran status
– Status as a victim of domestic
violence, assault, or stalking
You deserve to be treated fairly by your employer and to be evaluated based solely on your qualifications and performance.
If you believe you have experienced workplace discrimination, I may be able to help.
Start by filling out the form below to tell me about your case. I will review the information you submit and let you know if I may be able to help.