Discrimination & Retaliation in the Workplace
Discrimination in the workplace is alive and well. So is the retaliation that follows when someone speaks up about discrimination—either personally, or on behalf of someone else.
If you're experiencing discrimination or retaliation, chances are, it's illegal. We help employees in all areas of discrimination law, including (click on the links to read more):
- Age Discrimination
- Equal Pay Discrimination
- Gender Discrimination
- LGBTQ Discrimination
- Marital Status Discrimination
- Pregnancy Discrimination & Accommodations
- Race & National Origin Discrimination
- Religious Discrimination
Between Minnesota and Federal law, there are a host of protections against workplace discrimination when the discrimination is motivated by factors like: age, sex, national origin, race, sexual orientation, disability, familial status, and more.
When should you call a lawyer about possible discrimination? Easy answer: when you feel like something isn't right and the explanations don't quite add up. Today, managers and employers are sophisticated—hardly anyone is overtly discriminatory in their actions. But discrimination and retaliation exist and lawyers for employees know how to spot it.