Understanding Workplace Discrimination
Workplace discrimination is a serious matter that can cause emotional stress, loss of focus, and a drop in job performance. An employee may become so distressed that he or she may no longer wish to return to work, negatively affecting careers and creating a wide range of difficulties for individuals and families across the state. Our Florida employment discrimination lawyers encourage you to take action, stop workplace discrimination, and hold employers accountable.
You are not alone. Florida discrimination attorneys have helped people just like you fight for their workplace rights. At Wenzel Fenton Cabassa, P.A., the best discrimination lawyers work with you every step of the way and have helped thousands of others just like you to tackle workplace violations and pursue justice.
Types of Employment & Workplace Discrimination Cases
Employment discrimination can occur in many different ways. If you believe you are a victim of workplace discrimination of any kind, it is crucial you contact an attorney to discuss your legal options.
- Sex and Gender Discrimination
- Pregnancy Discrimination
- Religious Discrimination
- Age Discrimination
- Race Discrimination
- Disability Discrimination
- Workplace Bullying Discrimination
Sex & Gender Discrimination
Unfortunately, sex and gender discrimination is all too common, but it is also against the law. Find out how the law protects you at work and on the job. If you have not been hired, not received a promotion, or subjected to other adverse employment action such as termination, demotion, reduction in pay, or negative actions which materially impact you employment as a result of sex and gender discrimination, the expert workplace discrimination lawyers at Wenzel Fenton Cabassa, P.A., can provide aggressive representation for your case.
Pregnancy discrimination leaves you stressed when you should be feeling blessed. Unfortunately, it happens across industries and at all employment levels. Employment discrimination lawyers at Wenzel Fenton Cabassa, P.A. are highly knowledgeable about the Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978, which prohibits sex discrimination on the basis of pregnancy. Know your rights and make sure you are represented by Florida’s well-recognized employment and labor law attorneys.
Are you being discriminated against for your religious beliefs or practices at work or by your employer based on the employer’s religious practices? Freedom of religion is a fundamental right in every workplace in the United States. Religious protections are broad, encompassing all areas of employment including hiring, wages, health insurance, etc. The dedicated discrimination attorneys at Wenzel Fenton Cabassa, P.A. tackle any workplace violation aggressively with you, and your family, in mind. Discover how you’re protected on the job.
Federal law prohibits most employers from discriminating against job applicants and employees on the basis of age. The Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) protects people 40 years of age and older from age-based discrimination. Florida law also specifically protects most employees from discrimination based on age (over 40). Have you been forced to retire because of your age? Have you been retaliated against because you filed an ADEA claim? We work with all aspects of Federal and Florida employment discrimination law and want to help you get your career back on track.
Sexual harassers are increasingly being held accountable for their actions. This type of hostile work environment should not be tolerated. An employment discrimination lawyer will fight for your rights to a safe work environment and pursue justice to stop this illegal behavior and keep it from happening to anyone else. If you’ve been subjected to harassing behavior or retaliation due to reporting sexual harassment, contact Wenzel Fenton Cabassa, P.A. today.
Racial discrimination in the workplace is not only morally wrong, but it’s also against the law. If you suspect you have been wrongfully terminated or discriminated against, contact us now. Our discrimination lawyers serve Florida employees. We work with employees across Tampa, Orlando, Miami, Sarasota, St. Petersburg, and Jacksonville. Employment lawyers conduct thorough investigations of your claim to determine if racial discrimination was the cause of the adverse employment action.
The Americans with Disabilities Act protects the rights of disabled employees. If you believe that your employer is discriminating against you because of your disability, contact a discrimination lawyer in Florida for a confidential consultation. If you have a disability, it is your right to treated equally in the workplace. From job interviews to promotions and the right to reasonable accommodations, you are protected under the law from job discrimination in Florida.
Workplace Bullying Discrimination
Coping with workplace bullying can be difficult. Equally as challenging are the steps required to make it stop. Is your situation protected by State or Federal law? Call Wenzel Fenton Cabassa, P.A. today and find out where you stand with your case. Workplace bullying doesn’t always involve physical aggression. It can be subtle and psychological, and often takes the form of a manager applying extreme pressure on subordinates to achieve higher production. When this kind of behavior is based on a protected status (such as race, religion, age) or protected activity (such as whistleblowing, opposing unlawful conduct, raising objections to safety violations or wage-hour violations), it is inexcusable, illegal, and against the law.
Employment Discrimination Attorneys – Schedule A Free Consultation Today
Wenzel Fenton Cabassa, P.A. is a well-respected Florida employment and labor law firm helping people across the state just like you. Our employment discrimination lawyers are highly experienced in protecting employees from workplace discrimination, wrongful termination, retaliation, bullying, and much more.
Contact us today to request a free consultation. We have experienced employee rights attorneys who fight for fairness, justice, and equal rights in the workplace. When private negotiation, mediation, and arbitration are not effective, we are trial lawyers — we do not hesitate to try our cases.