We Aggressively Fight Discrimination And Harassment
It is illegal for your employer to take adverse employment action against you (termination, demotion, pay cut, reduction in hours, etc.) because of your disability, sex, marital status, race, age, sexual orientation, veteran status, national origin, or religion. Acts of illegal discrimination may include:
- Failing or refusing to provide a reasonable accommodation
- Comments about your disability, sex, marriage
- Different treatment
- Not being afforded the same opportunities, pay or other benefits of employment as members of the opposite gender comments about your sex/gender
- Older workers being replaced by younger workers
- New management letting older workers go
- Race-based hiring/firing/promotional decisions
What Is Sexual Harassment?
Sexual harassment includes unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, or other verbal, written or physical conduct of a sexual nature that negatively affects your work environment.
Are There Other Types Of Workplace Harassment?
Yes. Workplace harassment may also be illegal if it is based on your race, gender (including pregnancy), disability, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age or veteran status and if it interferes with your work performance or affects the terms and conditions of your employment.
You Do Not Have To Stand For Harassment Or Discrimination
The attorneys of Fabian May & Anderson, PLLP, are here to help you. If you have experienced conduct at work that you believe may constitute harassment, we recommend you take action and contact our attorneys immediately. Our office in Minneapolis can be reached at 612-464-9105 or through this online form.