Gender & Sex Discrimination
You are protected from gender and sex discrimination in the workplace. Sexual harassment, lowered wages, or unfair policies are all examples of discrimination.
Causes of Gender Discrimination In the Workplace
How To Prove Gender Discrimination
Sexual Harassment & Assault
Have you been the victim of unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or other verbal or physical sexualized harassment?
New York Adult Survivors Act Lawyers
What to Do if You Experience Workplace Sexual Harassment
Hostile Environment Sexual Harassment
Industries With The Highest Sexual Harassment Rates
What Constitutes Workplace Sexual Harassment?
Quid Pro Quo Workplace Sexual Harassment
Most Common Types of Sexual Harassment in The Workplace
Termination based on race or being called racial slurs are just a few reasons to pursue a race discrimination case.
Common Examples of Race Discrimination In the Workplace
If you have a disorder or other physical or mental challenge, the law entitles you to protection from disability discrimination.
If you are pregnant, you have protections in the workplace. It is illegal to fire or demote you for taking time off due to a pregnancy or a pregnancy-related medical issue.
Does your employer intentionally misgender you? Are you stereotyped, or subjected to sexual jokes, inappropriate language, or unwelcome sexual advances?
If you believe you have been a victim of age discrimination in the workplace or were fired because of an age-related issue, you could be entitled to compensation.
Ethnicity & Nationality Discrimination in the Workplace
When someone is denied a job, promotion, equal pay, or faces termination based solely on their skin color, race, religion, or culture, they've been discriminated against. They could be entitled to compensation.
Glass Ceiling Discrimination
In today’s workplace climate, the glass ceiling is still an unfortunate obstacle for far too many women and people of other marginalized identities trying to advance their careers.
Protected Leave Status Interference
Workers are permitted time away from work, and shouldn't face repercussions from their employers. If you've been fired or punished for taking your permitted time, you could be entitled to compensation.
Fitting religious practices into your daily life, specifically the workplace, can be challenging. Your employer is required to make reasonable accommodations for your religious observances.