Category: Workplace Discrimination

  • Race Discrimination Lawsuit: Do I Have A Case?

    Race Discrimination Lawsuit: Do I Have A Case?

    Discrimination based on race is illegal in the workplace. Employees have strong legal protections that employers must abide by — or be held accountable for law violations. Florida employees, and workers across the country, can file a race discrimination lawsuit with an employment law attorney against their employer if they have a case. What Is…

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  • Employment Discrimination: 4 Things You Need to Prove Your Case

    Employment Discrimination: 4 Things You Need to Prove Your Case

    Sadly, employment discrimination is all too common. In our years of experience, we have seen plenty of hardworking people get mistreated by employers they trusted. If that is happening to you, it’s important to understand what’s needed to prove employment discrimination cases. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Courts won’t just take your…

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  • 5 Ways to Prove Age-Based Discrimination in the Workplace

    5 Ways to Prove Age-Based Discrimination in the Workplace

    Age-based discrimination in the workplace is not uncommon and can occur in many different ways. Often, employees are passed up for promotions, suffer unwarranted comments and harassment, or are denied employment due to their age – but it does not stop there. Regardless of the tactics used to discriminate, there are laws protecting employees from…

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  • Can You Be Fired for Not Disclosing a Disability? A Guide

    Can You Be Fired for Not Disclosing a Disability? A Guide

    About 42.5 million Americans live with some sort of disability, according to 2021 data from the U.S. Census Bureau and the Pew Research Center. In decades past, having a disability meant that accessing businesses and public spaces could be challenging. Finding meaningful employment could likewise be difficult, as legal protections for individuals with disabilities were…

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  • Can You Sue for ADA Violations?

    Can You Sue for ADA Violations?

    Remarkable progress has been made in recent decades to make businesses and public forums accessible to individuals from all backgrounds. Nonetheless, individuals with disabilities may continue to experience trouble accessing these locations or participating fully in activities that take place there. When this occurs, individuals with disabilities and their loved ones may feel left out,…

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  • How to Prove Disability Discrimination

    How to Prove Disability Discrimination

    Do you need to know how to prove disability discrimination? We can help. We discuss the disability discrimination act and how to prove unfair treatment.

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  • Facts About Age Discrimination

    Facts About Age Discrimination

    Do you need to know more about age discrimination laws? We put together any facts about age discrimination that you may need to know for a legal case.

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  • Employment Discrimination: Are You Part Of A Protected Class?

    Employment Discrimination: Are You Part Of A Protected Class?

    Unfortunately, employment discrimination is a common problem in the United States. In fact, research suggests that 61% of all workers have experienced it at some point in their lives. If you have experienced discrimination in the workplace, you should protect your legal rights as an employee. However, the range of available remedies will vary based…

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  • 8 Things Your Boss Can’t Legally Do

    8 Things Your Boss Can’t Legally Do

    As a general rule, you have to listen to your boss. You may disagree with business decisions or management directives, but you have limited options unless they are unlawful or impinge on protected employee rights. But there are things your boss can’t legally do — they are not above the law. Workers across Florida and…

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  • Religious Accommodations in the Workplace

    Religious Accommodations in the Workplace

    Employees have a right to religious accommodations in the workplace under federal law. Understanding your religious rights at work is key to knowing whether you may be facing religious discrimination. It is not uncommon for employers to refuse religious accommodations in the workplace. If this has happened to you, or if you have been disparately…

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