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Discrimination in the Workplace

By: PRLog

DENVER - Oct. 29, 2022 - PRLog -- Discrimination in the workplace can be defined as mistreatment toward a person or people because of certain factors. Discrimination in the workplace is not tolerable. If you or a loved one is facing such actions, we want you to understand how Mitchiner Law can support you.

Discrimination in the workplace comes in many forms. Common examples include race, sex, nationality, union membership, disabilities, and religion. These categories all fall under employment discrimination, which is unlawful in the United States. As an employee, you are lawfully protected from being denied work, demoted, paid less, terminated, or treated less than for discriminatory reasons.

There are two ways that one can identify if they are facing employment discrimination. The first is Disparate Treatment which includes being intentionally treated differently from peers for factors that make up diversity. The second is Disparate Impact, which occurs when policies or rules appear neutral but negatively impacts a specific (protected) class of people. Together, both forms of discrimination are unacceptable in the workplace.

For more information about discrimination in the workplace, contact Mitchner Law for legal advice and consultation.

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Our mission is to provide each client with personal, skilled legal advice from a perspective of understanding. As a small law firm, you will have direct access to Mr. Mitchiner from start to finish. And with a background in blue-collar work experience, he prioritizes connection and relationship-building with each client.

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