Workplace discrimination is real.  

You have the right to be employed in a workplace free of unlawful discrimination.  Your employer cannot use any of your “protected traits” (listed below) as a factor when making important employment decisions like hiring, firing, compensation, promotions, demotions, transfers, or layoffs.  The legally-protected traits are:

Your employer is also prohibited from harassing you based on your race, national origin, religion, sex, age, or disability.  Illegal harassment consists of repeated derogatory comments, jokes or other unfavorable treatment on the basis of an individual’s race, national origin, sex, age, religion or disability.

If you’re being discriminated against because of something you did or said, that’s called Retaliation. Discrimination is based on who you are – your fixed personal traits.

Not all discrimination is illegal.  The discrimination or harassment must be based on one of the legally-protected traits listed above.  Many types of differential treatment are perfectly legal.  For example, employers are free to discriminate based on credit scores, a preference for family members, your job history, or even the color of your shirt.  Although it may be unfair to treat someone differently based on those factors, it is not illegal to do so.


If you are a victim of workplace discrimination, we can help you in multiple ways.


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