Fresno Workplace Discrimination Lawyer
Take Advantage of Your Employee Rights!
If you suspect that you have been a victim of discrimination based on your age, race, gender, or another reason, it's important to know that federal and state laws prohibit such behavior by employers. At Polaris Law Group, we understand that discrimination is a serious issue in the workplace.
In California, the following anti-discrimination laws are in place:
- California Fair Employment and Housing Act
- Equal Pay Act of 1963
- Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967
- Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978
- Civil Rights Act of 1964
Recognizing discrimination can be challenging for employees, as the laws in California cover a broad range of legal issues and cases.
Instances of age, race, and gender discrimination may include:
- Failure to hire or promote individuals from these groups
- Termination based on age, race, or gender
- Unequal pay compared to other employees
- Limited opportunities for advancement
- Denial of access to services or benefits available to other employees
If you have faced workplace discrimination due to your age, gender, or race, consider consulting with Attorney Bill Marder. At Polaris Law Group, our employment discrimination attorney possesses over 25 years of experience in advocating for mistreated employees. He is well-regarded for his efficient and competent handling of employment claims, having secured millions of dollars in recoveries for numerous satisfied clients.
We are experienced in handling the following types of discrimination cases:
- Race Discrimination
- Age Discrimination
- Gender Discrimination
- Sexual Orientation Discrimination
- Disability Discrimination
- Religious Discrimination
- Pregnancy Discrimination
- National Origin Discrimination
Understanding Workplace Discrimination Definitions
The law clearly defines the elements of age, race, and gender discrimination, but proving such discrimination can be challenging in certain cases.
Therefore, it is crucial to maintain records and documents that detail the discriminatory behavior and actions you have experienced. The more evidence you gather, the stronger your case becomes.
Here are the definitions of workplace discrimination:
If you have been denied a promotion or replaced by a younger, less experienced employee, you may be a victim of age discrimination. Similarly, employers who favor younger workers over older employees in hiring decisions may be violating laws against age discrimination.
Unfair treatment based on physical characteristics, language, culture, or ancestry may indicate racial discrimination. Certain questions on job applications can reveal bias, as can the refusal to promote someone because of their race.
If you are a woman who has been paid less than male counterparts for performing the same tasks, you could be a victim of gender discrimination. Gender discrimination also encompasses being overlooked for positions or advancement opportunities given to male colleagues despite having equivalent qualifications. Furthermore, sexual harassment constitutes a form of gender discrimination. Both men and women can experience gender discrimination, although it is more prevalent among female employees.
Other Forms of Workplace Discrimination Include:
- Pregnancy discrimination
- Religious discrimination
- Disability discrimination
Discover How Attorney Bill Marder Can Assist You
If you have a discrimination case, you will need to file a lawsuit with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Taking action can often put an end to discriminatory and harassing behavior.
Employment lawsuits can be complex, so having an experienced Fresno workplace discrimination lawyer by your side is crucial to guide you and protect you from employer retaliation.
To make legal representation more accessible, Bill Marder only requires payment if he successfully recovers compensation on your behalf.
Are you facing employment discrimination in Fresno? Contact Attorney Bill Marder now at (888) 796-4010 or reach out to us online for a consultation!
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