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How to identify discrimination at work

On Behalf of | Oct 1, 2015 | Workplace Discrimination

There are many challenges associated with workplace discrimination and harassment, including the difficulties associated with pinpointing such behavior. Although you may think you have become a victim, you will not know for sure until you learn more about your situation and the associated laws.

California, for example, is known as an at-will employment state. This means that your employer has the right to terminate your employment for any reason. Even so, there are several state and federal protections in place. This goes a long way in holding employers responsible for discrimination, harassment, retaliation and wrongful termination.

You may be able to take action if you have experienced discrimination as the result of:

— Gender

— Race

— Sexual orientation

— Disability

— Medical condition

— Pregnancy

— Age

— Religion

— National origin

— Medical condition

— Military service

Anybody can be a victim of illegal workplace discrimination or harassment. It doesn’t matter where you work or how long you have been an employee, this could happen. This is even more so the case in some industries, such as retail workers and housekeepers.

When attempting to pinpoint workplace discrimination and harassment, be sure to keep track of everything that has happened. This information can come in handy in the future.

Our attorneys are skilled at helping people identify workplace discrimination and harassment. If you want to learn more about this or if you think you have been a victim, our website has plenty of information and advice. You can begin your search for help on our “Los Angeles Employment Discrimination Lawyers” webpage.

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