workplace discrimination 300x200 Discrimination LawyersFederal and California job discrimination laws prohibit unequal treatment or harassment on account of an employee’s gender, race, color, age, national origin, ancestry, religion, pregnancy or disability (mental, physical or perceived). In addition, California job discrimination laws prohibit discrimination or harassment on account of an employee’s sexual orientation, marital status, or “medical condition” (i.e., cancer or genetic characteristics).

Examples of discriminatory acts may include the following:

Termination
Suspension
Demotion
Refusal to Hire
Refusal to Promote
Unequal Pay or Unequal Pay Raises
Refusal to Reinstate After Medical, Pregnancy, Family Care or Military Leave
Failure to Reasonably Accommodate a Disability

 

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