Workplace discrimination occurs when an employer or boss treats you differently because of your age, gender, race, national origin, religion, marital status, medical condition, disability or sexual orientation.
Click on the below categories of discrimination for more information.
For information about sexual harassment claims, please visit our Sexual Harassment page.
If you have suffered discrimination or harassment based on your sexual orientation contact us immediately for a free evaluation of your legal claims.
Employers are also required to provide you with reasonable accommodations suggested by your health care provider due to your pregnancy or pregnancy-related condition. Examples of reasonable accommodations include a reduced work schedule, transfer or other modified job duties.
For information about your right to medical leave due to pregnancy or pregnancy-related conditions, please visit our Medical Leave page.
Employers must both engage in the interactive process and to make reasonable accommodations for an employee who is actually disabled or the employer regards as disabled. Beyond the workplace, people with disabilities are also entitled to equal access to public places such as housing, stores, and restaurants.
For information about your right to medical leave due to your disability or medical condition, please visit our Medical Leave page.