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Your job is one of the most important and personal aspects of your life. In many respects, your job defines who you are. You depend on your job to maintain your livelihood and support your family. That is why when your job is threatened or your workplace environment made unbearable, it is important to find labor lawyers who can represent and protect your rights.
If you feel you have been discriminated against or treated unfairly in the workplace please contact us at 856-778-9700. You can also tell us a little about yourself using our online form, and we will call you back.
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Yes. Discrimination can exist where you are denied promotions, raises, given bad reviews, or even denied certain privileges if you are in a protected class or are a whistleblower. Also, it is often unlawful for your employer to allow a hostile work environment to exist.
Yes. So long as the advance by the employer or supervisor was unwelcomed by you or became unwelcome over time. If you submitted to the consensual relationship only out of fear of losing a job benefit, you may still have a case for harassment.
There are several ways to prove discrimination. The most obvious is if employees or supervisors make discriminatory comments- such as race, sex, religion, disability or national origin. However, an employee can also prove discrimination by establishing that employees of another race, gender or other characteristic are treated more favorably at the job.