Protecting LGBT Workplace Rights
Have you experienced discrimination at work because of your
These personal characteristics are known as "protected classes".
Illegal discrimination occurs when an adverse employment action is taken because of an employee's membership in a protected class.
Examples of adverse actions may include: refusing to hire, firing, demotion, refusing to promote, disciplining, issuing a poor performance report, bullying, harassment, underpayment of regular wages; denial of overtime pay, meal breaks or rest breaks; or, being forced to work before clocking in or after clocking out.
By the way, it is not necessary that the target of illegal discrimination actually be a member of the protected class. It is sufficient if you are perceived to be a member, or if you are discriminated against for associating with a member.
If you have been the target of illegal discrimination, or if you just have questions, we can help. Call us (877) 320-2380 for a FREE consultation, or, provide us your contact information to the right, and we will be in touch shortly.
We understand sensitive nature of your concerns. Whatever you tell us is totally and absolutely confidential, whether or not we take your case. Talking is the first, and sometimes most difficult step. But our job is to help.
Workplace discrimination is not always obvious. It can take many forms including frequent, subtle, harassment. We are committed to protecting the right of LGBT employees to a fair, merit based, and non-discriminatory workplace. If you have been treated unfairly at work, call us now.