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Gender Discrimination in the Workplace – Attorneys

Gender Discrimination in the Workplace is Illegal

You deserve the same chances and opportunities at work as everyone else.  If you are being treated unfairly at work because of your gender, contact for a free and confidential consultation.  While this might be the first time you are facing an employment dispute, employers have lot of experience in handling these issues and typically engage human resources or legal counsel for assistance.

You will likewise benefit from the same guidance.  Engaging a gender discrimination attorney at your earliest opportunity will also increase your chances of obtaining a favorable outcome because it will enable us to begin building a file of important information and evidence needed to effectively represent you.  Our offices are located in Los Angeles.  We represent professionals throughout the state of California.

For more information regarding employee rights, please visit the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH).


How Can I Demonstrate Gender Discrimination?

Demonstrating illegal gender discrimination is a challenge. Overt forms of discrimination – such as offensive remarks – are not as common in the present day workplace as subtle, passive aggressive forms of discrimination that are just as harmful.  This is because employers often attempt to hide their discriminatory conduct under the guise of legitimate business decisions such as company reorganizations and layoffs to avoid liability.  Pay special attention to whether there are true, legitimate business reasons justifying your employer’s alleged “business decisions.”

Although employers rarely make the mistake of putting a discriminatory reason in writing, discrimination can be proven with indirect evidence.

Our gender discrimination attorneys can help you identify and gather additional persuasive evidence of discrimination to corroborate your potential claims.  Otherwise, if it is just your word against your manager’s word, it might be difficult – if not impossible – for you to prove your claims.

We provide FREE consultations and accept most cases on a contingency basis!


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