Know Your Employment Rights
It is illegal for an employer to discriminate in recruitment and hiring, pay, promotion, training, lay-off and firing, demotion, job assignments leave or benefits, licensing or union membership, harassment, retaliation, genetic testing, honesty testing or based upon a protected status. Examples of protected statuses are race, color, creed, ancestry, national origin, age, sex, gender, handicap or disability, arrest/conviction record, marital status, sexual orientation, military reserve membership, and outside use of lawful products such as alcohol and tobacco.
If you do not stand up for your rights, the employer will continue to discriminate. Consult with us and find out what actions are available to remedy the discrimination.