Discrimination Based on Religious or Political Affiliations
Discrimination in the workplace based on an employee's religious or political practices or viewpoints may violate state and federal laws. Such discrimination can occur if you have been denied a job due to the views you hold, fired from a job, given an undesirable job assignment, transferred to an inferior or unreasonable position, denied a promotion, demoted, denied job training, unfairly compensated, forced into retirement, or harassed. Employment discrimination may be obvious or subtle, intentional or unintentional. Employees or prospective employees who report this type of discrimination may face retaliation by employers, which is also illegal.
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Federal law under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and various state laws prohibit employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, age, language abilities, and disabilities. These laws have been developed over time by not only the federal and state governments but by municipalities and through local ordinances. Many state employment discrimination laws extend protections to workers beyond those guaranteed by the federal government.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) acts to enforce federal anti-discrimination laws, such as Title VII, equal pay legislation, as well as age discrimination and disability discrimination laws. States enforce their anti-discrimination laws through State Fair Employment Practices.
Legal Help for Employment Discrimination Cases
If you have encountered any type of discrimination in the workplace based on your Christian or conservative viewpoints, you may have grounds for a valid legal action against those responsible. You are protected by First Amendment rights in your freedom to exercise and express your religious or political beliefs and by the laws listed above which have been legislated to provide fair employment practices for all citizens.
Freedom X represents those of the Christian faith and conservative-minded individuals or groups who have encountered negative treatment and / or discrimination based on these personal beliefs or practices. Mr. Becker has a strong legal command of and has been effective in constitutional law related to such cases. He has represented individuals in cases throughout the nation. Contact the firm to arrange to speak to him about your situation involving employment discrimination based on your religious or political views today.