Over the last few years, we have seen gay rights gather much traction, including the right for gay couples to legally marry throughout the United States. At the same time, however, we have also seen many instances of violence against minorities, to the extent that a group, Black Lives Matters, formed to address the various issues of discrimination against the black population. And, with turmoil in the Middle East and the constant threat of terrorist attacks in the United States, there have been multiple issues of violence and threats against the Muslim population in the U.S.
In the workplace, however, it does not matter who or what an employee is. There are various federal, state and local laws protecting workers, regardless of their age, sex, religious beliefs or race. And, an employer who discriminates against an employee on such grounds is subject to serious fines and penalties. Unfortunately, despite such safeguards, discrimination still exists.
Our team at Mitchell Pollack & Associates PLLC has been serving the New York, New Jersey and Connecticut tri-state area since 1989. Our dedicated team is here to help our clients through all types of employment law issues, including but not limited to sexual harassment, wrongful termination, employment disputes and employment discrimination.
We understand the importance of an employee’s rights and will work tirelessly to protect those rights. If you feel that you are not be treated fairly by an employer, it is important to address the situation, not only for yourself, but for your fellow employees who may also be experiencing the same mistreatment.
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