SEX, RACE, NATIONAL ORIGIN, RELIGION, AGE AND DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION
Discrimination in the workplace occurs when an employee is subjected to adverse employment action or harassment, or denial of certain benefits because of their protected classification. Examples of protected classes are persons who are disable, Caucasian, African American, Hispanic, Native American, or individuals over the age of 40. Debra Jennings Law practice knows that discrimination has been part of the workplace in America for decades, and while federal, state and local laws, as well as increased social awareness have improved the situation dramatically, many people particularly of the protected class continue to face obstacles in the work environment. It is important for employees to possess the right information about what constitutes discrimination based on their prtoected classificaton. Employees must know what constitutes harassment in a hostile work environment. Debra Jennings will take you through the entire process of filing and pursuing a lawsuit, as well as, advise you on whether your case is best suited for court, or can be resolved outside of the courtroom.
Ceasar Chavez, Civil Rights Activist