Briski Law Firm
San Jose Employment Discrimination Attorneys
Discrimination at the workplace still happens despite numerous state and federal laws against it. If you've suffered Discrimination in the workplace, whether based on gender, race, national origin, or disability, it is illegal. This includes the hiring, promotion, or firing of employees. If you feel that your employer is discriminating against you, contact an employment discrimination lawyer at the Briski Law Firm today.
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The California Fair Employment and Housing Act forbids employers from discriminating or harassing workers at the workplace because of their age, race, gender or disability. If you have been treated differently because of these characteristics, you often intuitively know that it is happening, but the difficult part lies in the proof.
Sometimes there is a supervisor who treats different races ages, or national origins differently. One group will get raises, the other will not. One race will receive preferential treatment in job assignments, and the other won’t. If these activities are accompanied by racial slurs or comments, you’ll want to make sure to record these events and gather evidence.
Be Proactive and Gather Evidence
It is critical to get witness information, documents, e-mails, and other evidentiary information. Please visit our Employment Law section where we describe some key evidence that may be gathered, and actions that you may take. Contact an attorney at the Briski Law Firm for more information and a free initial consultation.
We will interview witnesses and collect statements, e-mails, voice mails, and documentation that can be used as solid proof in age discrimination, racial discrimination or gender discrimination and harassment cases.
We're also experienced in the Family and Medical Leave Act, or FMLA, which requires employers to accommodate workers who need to take leave for family or medical issues. The California Family Rights Act is even tougher.
Don't let your employer get away with age, gender, or racial discrimination. Contact an employment discrimination lawyer at the Briski Law Firm for your free consultation. We'll give you solid legal help and personal attention.