The Villages Workplace Discrimination Lawyer

The Villages Workplace Discrimination Lawyer
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Workplace discrimination can take many forms, but you never have to fight for justice alone. At Bogin, Munns & Munns, a workplace discrimination lawyer in The Villages can lead your case and seek fair compensation.

Whether you have experienced workplace discrimination based on your age, disability, or sex, our workplace discrimination employment lawyer in The Villages can help. We can handle your entire case from start to finish and guide you through the legal process.

What Forms of Workplace Discrimination Take Place in The Villages?

Employees have both federal and state rights protecting them against various forms of discrimination in The Villages. However, may forms of workplace discrimination still take place. An employee can face discrimination based on their:

  • Race
  • Sex
  • Religion
  • National origin
  • Disability
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Age

Other forms of discrimination may be based on an employee’s genetic information, marital status, veteran status, citizenship status, and pregnancy. It is important to remember that all the above are categorized as protected statuses. This means that employers cannot discriminate against employees based on these statuses or identities. In addition, employers cannot discriminate based on AIDS/HIV and sickle cell traits.

Age Discrimination

The Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 protects employees 40 years of age or older from discrimination based on their age. However, these employees often face discrimination due to their age even when they have the same qualifications and experience as their younger counterparts. For example, an employee aged 40 or older may not receive fair wages for their years of experience or seniority within the company.

In some cases, employers may even discriminate against job applicants who are aged 40 or older during the hiring process. This is considered employment discrimination and is also illegal. You don’t have to stand for this treatment. Our workplace discrimination lawyers in The Villages can fight for justice and compensation.

Disability Discrimination

Under Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) requires employers in the private sector and federal and local governments to provide reasonable accommodations to employees with physical and mental impairments.

Such reasonable accommodations should help individuals with disabilities:

  • Apply for a job
  • Perform their job duties
  • Access the same privileges and benefits of employment as their counterparts

Our workplace discrimination attorneys can gather evidence of an employer’s lack of reasonable accommodations to support your case.

Racial Discrimination

The Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects employees from discrimination based on their race or skin color. Racial discrimination in the workplace is a direct violation of civil rights and warrants a lawsuit.

We could help you seek justice if your employer allowed or encouraged:

  • Employee segregation based on race
  • Racial harassment
  • Restrictions for promotion and advancement based on race
  • Discrimination due to an employee associating with people of certain races or ethnicities

Discrimination Based on National Origin

Just as with racial discrimination in the workplace, employees of certain national origins may receive partial treatment due to their nationality. In addition, employees who speak with an accent or simply appear to be of another ethnicity can also experience discrimination from the start of the hiring process and throughout their employment.

They may not receive equal pay or access the same benefits and privileges as their counterparts. Our workplace discrimination team in The Villages can help if this is the case.

To consult with an experienced workplace discrimination lawyer serving The Villages, call 855-780-9986

Workplace Discrimination Based on Religion in The Villages

Employees of all faiths deserve equal rights in the workplace, but discrimination based on religion can impede their employment opportunities. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects employees from such discrimination. However, workplace discrimination based on religion unfortunately still occurs in The Villages.

For example, employees have a right to wear religious head coverings and request leave for religious observances. Employers may be obligated to allow for certain privileges to apply because of religious beliefs. However, employers may not always abide by these rules, and they may claim they do not have to abide if it places undue hardship on the employer. A workplace discrimination lawyer in The Villages can help you understand if the discrimination you experienced falls into this category.

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Workplace Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 also provides protection for employees regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. The protection of this law applies regardless of local or state laws. Moreover, this applies in both the public and private sectors.

Employees who face this type of discrimination may experience negative employment action, harassment, or exclusion from certain employment benefits and privileges. Our workplace discrimination lawyers are ready to help you file a lawsuit if you faced sexual orientation workplace discrimination or if you experienced mistreatment because of your gender or sexual identity.

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How Our Workplace Discrimination Lawyers in The Villages Can Help

Our firm stands up for victims of workplace discrimination, and we can file your lawsuit. Our lawyers can handle the entire legal process and keep you informed about the progress of your case.

We can help:

  • Gather evidence of discriminatory practices at your workplace
  • Interview employers, coworkers, and others who may have witnessed the discrimination
  • Determine how state and federal laws apply to your case
  • File your case with the EEOC or another relevant agency
  • Determine which accommodations could meet your needs
  • Handle all the paperwork associated with your lawsuit
  • Submit documents and paperwork within the relevant deadlines

Workplace Discrimination Cases We Handle

We are ready to represent you if you experienced any of the following workplace discrimination practices:

  • Wrongful termination
  • Violation of wage and hour laws
  • Discrimination (e.g., age, sex, race, religion, equal pay, disability, and more)
  • Failure to accommodate disabilities
  • Harassment

No one deserves to experience discrimination in the workplace. Such experiences can haunt you throughout your career. You may suffer emotionally as well as financially when this happens. You deserve compensation and justice so you can move on with your career and life.

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Let Our Workplace Discrimination Attorneys in The Villages Lead Your Lawsuit

You shouldn’t have had to experience workplace discrimination, but our firm can help you seek justice and compensation if you have. Whether you were denied a position due to certain qualities or experienced discriminatory practices throughout your employment, we are here to help. If you were wrongfully terminated, we can also pursue a case on your behalf.

We can explore your legal options and begin taking action. The sooner you call us, the sooner we can start working on your case. Call Bogin, Munns & Munns today.

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