Are you being discriminated against by your employer?

Discrimination in the workplace can take many forms and can be based on a variety of factors such as race, gender, age, religion, and sexual orientation. If you believe that you are being discriminated against by your employer, there are several steps you can take to protect your rights and address the situation.
  1. Document the discrimination: Make a record of any incidents of discrimination, including the date, time, and details of what happened. Keeping a written record will help you to remember the details of the incidents and will provide you with evidence if you need to take further action.
  2. Report the discrimination to your HR department: Your company’s human resources department should be informed of any discrimination that you are experiencing. You can make a formal complaint to HR or to your supervisor. Be sure to provide evidence of the discrimination, including the documentation you have gathered.
  3. File a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC): If your employer does not take action to resolve the situation, you can file a complaint with the EEOC. The EEOC is the federal agency responsible for enforcing laws that prohibit employment discrimination.
  4. Consult with an employment attorney: If you are unsure of your rights or the best way to proceed, it is a good idea to consult with an employment attorney. An attorney can advise you on your legal options and can represent you in negotiations with your employer or in court.
  5. Consider alternative dispute resolution: In some cases, mediation or arbitration can be an effective way to resolve a discrimination dispute without going to court. In these processes, a neutral third party helps the parties to reach a mutually acceptable resolution.
  6. Take legal action: If all other options have been exhausted, you may choose to take legal action against your employer. This may involve filing a lawsuit in court or requesting a hearing before an administrative agency.
  7. Protect your job: It is important to remember that retaliation for reporting discrimination is illegal. Your employer cannot fire you or take other adverse action against you for reporting discrimination or participating in an investigation.
In conclusion, if you believe that you are being discriminated against by your employer, it is important to take action to protect your rights. You can report the discrimination to HR, file a complaint with the EEOC, consult with an attorney, consider alternative dispute resolution, and take legal action if necessary. Remember, it is also important to protect your job by avoiding retaliation for reporting discrimination.

We Have a Proven Track Record of Success in Handling Complex Discrimination Cases

Levine & Blit LLP is a law firm that specializes in fighting against workplace discrimination. Our team of experienced workplace discrimination attorneys is passionate about protecting the rights of employees who have experienced workplace discrimination , harassment, and retaliation in the workplace.

We believe that everyone has the right to work in a safe and inclusive environment, free from discrimination based on race, gender, age, religion, sexual orientation, and other protected characteristics. Our team of attorneys has a deep understanding of the complex legal issues involved in workplace discrimination cases , and we work tirelessly to help our clients get the justice they deserve.

At Levine & Blit LLP, we take a client-centered approach to every case we handle. We understand the challenges and stress that our clients face when they experience workplace discrimination, and we are dedicated to providing compassionate and supportive legal guidance. Our goal is to help our clients navigate the legal system, understand their rights, and obtain the compensation they deserve for the harm they have suffered.

We have a deep understanding of the various laws and regulations that protect employees’ rights in the workplace. Our team of attorneys is experienced in handling a wide range of discrimination cases, including those involving harassment, retaliation, and wrongful termination. If you believe that you have experienced discrimination in the workplace, Levine & Blit LLP is here to help.

Contact us today to schedule a free, confidential consultation and to learn more about your legal options. We are committed to helping our clients obtain the justice they deserve, and we will fight tirelessly to protect your rights and hold employers accountable for their discriminatory actions.



Learn how our respected employment law attorneys can help you fight for justice after being treated improperly by an employer. Call our Los Angeles office at (310) 281-0100 and we will evaluate your case over the phone. You may also fill out our contact form and expect a prompt response from a member of our firm. We serve clients throughout the state of California.

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