Employment Bias Discrimination

Unfair treatment at the workplace? Employment bias occurs when an employer discriminates against someone for a number of different factors, also known as bias. Unfortunately, many individuals are judged on certain factors that affect their careers. If someone is experiencing negativities involving their career because they are not capable of doing the job properly or they lack certain skills, experience, or other qualifications such as education that is one thing. However, it is something completely different when one is judged on things that have nothing to do with their job. This is when it is time to contact our attorneys who are familiar with employment bias discrimination.

Have you or someone you know been discriminated against regarding a job? Contact our Employment Discrimination Attorneys today.

Employers cannot discriminate against the following:

If you or someone you know has been discriminated against for any of the qualities listed above, our attorneys can help.

Aside from the qualities listed above, an employer also cannot discriminate against someone based on bankruptcy. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, also known as the EEOC, was created along with many different acts and laws to protect individuals from being discriminated against at the workplace. Our employment discrimination attorneys can help to make sure compensation is awarded if these rights are violated.

Employees are protected when it comes to being discriminated against when it comes to:

  • Getting hired or fired
  • Promotions
  • Salary
  • Overall treatment at the workplace

If you or someone you know has been affected in any of the listed above areas due to discrimination, our attorneys can help.

Besides the U.S. EEOC, some of the following are different acts that were made in order to protect workers from being judged at the workplace for factors that do not have anything to do with their work performance. If this has happened to you or someone you know, contact our employment discrimination attorneys.

Some of these acts include the following:

  • Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967
  • Civil Rights Act of 1991
  • Civil Service Reform Act
  • Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
  • Equal Pay Act of 1963

Everyone deserves an equal opportunity for a successful career if they possess the skills and talents to do so. Unfortunately, many people are held back because of uncontrollable factors or life decisions that their employers do not agree with. If this has happened to you or someone you know, contact an attorney.

Have you or someone you know been discriminated against regarding a job? Contact our Employment Discrimination Attorneys today.