Discrimination and harassment in the workplace can come in many forms, and although such misconduct can sometimes be overt, it can be subtle or even concealed. If you feel you are being treated differently from other employees at work because of your age, race, gender, religion, pregnancy, disability or medical condition, you may be a victim of workplace discrimination.
Some of the most common types of discrimination include:
- Age Discrimination
- Racial Discrimination
- Pregnancy Discrimination
- Gender Discrimination and equal pay
- Sexual Preference Discrimination
- Disability or Handicap Discrimination
- Religion or belief discrimination
- AIDS and HIV discrimination
- Medical Condition (Cancer)
Workplace discrimination can take many different forms, both subtle and more direct. Gender discrimination is one of the most pervasive forms, but age discrimination and race discrimination still exist in the workplace today. People can also be harassed because of their religion or their national origin. These claims may be equally viable under state and federal laws.
If you feel that you have been the victim of discrimination, contact The Rizzo Law Firm for help. Call today for a free initial consultation and an honest and accurate case assessment.
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