Are you an employee being treated unfairly in the workplace? You deserve equal treatment from your employer. Under California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act, discrimination in the workplace occurs when you are being treated differently than other co-workers based on your:
- Race / Color
- National Origin/Ancestry
- Physical Disability
- Mental Disability or Medical Condition
- Marital Status
- Sex / Gender
- Sexual Orientation
- Age (if over 40)
Each case is different and must be evaluated by a professional. Also, there are specific time limits as to when a discrimination lawsuit can be filed. Call our office or fill out the contact form for a free consultation with one of our experienced labor and employment law attorneys.
Q: I think my employer is treating me differently based on my race, but I don’t know what to do! Can you assist me?
A: Yes we can! Our attorneys can advise you as to what steps to take, whom to contact, and further evaluate your case from a legal perspective. Please contact us for your free consultation.
Q: I complained about discrimination happening to someone else, and now my employer passed me up for a raise! Is this legal?
A: It is illegal for an employer to retaliate against an employee for complaining about discrimination – even if that discrimination does not involve you. Call us and we will advise you on whether you have a case.
Q: My supervisor and I do not get along well, and he likes to yell at me. Do I have a case?
A: In general, the law does not step in for mere personality conflicts. It is not illegal to be a bad supervisor! However, there may be underlying reasons as to why he is treating you this way, so contact us right away for your free consultation.
“Disclaimer: The above is presented for informational purposes only, and should not be construed as legal advice. Every case has its own set of facts and needs to be evaluated individually. NSL Law Firm cannot guarantee the outcome of any case or claim. In order to receive professional legal advice, you must contact an attorney.”