Under federal and state law, it’s a criminal offense to discriminate against an employee under the lines of their race, ethnicity, sex, religion, genetic information, age, or disability. This includes discrimination along the lines of hiring, wages, training, promotion, firing, harassment, and benefits.
There are two kinds of employment attorneys- one who represents an employee and one that represents the employer. This article will take a look at the former.
If you feel like your employer has treated you unfairly and discriminated against you along these lines, you could seek legal recourse. An employment law attorney is the right individual to seek out if you choose to go to court.
Should your employer make it difficult for you to work by creating a hostile environment, don’t despair. No employee should tolerate discrimination in the workplace.
With that in mind, there are a few things you need to take note of …