Discrimination At Work. What Is It?

Employees in all different industries have endured workplace discrimination for decades. And today, despite the prohibition against acts of discrimination under both federal and state law, it still happens.

But what exactly classifies as discrimination at work?

Workplace Discrimination: In A Nutshell

Basically, your employer is prohibited by law from treating you differently or unfairly because of:

  • Your race
  • Your national origin
  • Your age
  • Your sex
  • Your religion
  • Your disability
  • Your sexual orientation

Your employer can't fire, penalize, demote or deny you pay or benefits based on your identification with any of the above. Your employer also can't fire, penalize, demote or reprimand you for challenging the way it is treating people who fall into any of the above categories. If they have — we can help.

Not Just Another Law Firm

At Fair Work P.C., our attorneys handle cases involving workplace violations for employees — and only employees.

In fact, our team has over 50 years of collective experience handling employment law matters, including workplace discrimination, for employees in Boston and surrounding Massachusetts communities.

We know the law. We are leaders in the field.

If you know — or even suspect — that your employer has taken adverse action against you based on your race, age, sex, religion, disability, or sexual orientation, reach out to our office for guidance. We can talk through your situation. We can devise a plan.

From there, you can decide a course of action that is right for you. Get in touch with one of our lawyers today.

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