New York Employee Discrimination Attorney
Working to Achieve Safe Job Environments
Employees throughout the United States are protected, by law, from workplace discrimination. Unfortunately, employee discrimination continues to be a problem many workers face.
At Shulman Kessler LLP in Melville, New York, our attorneys believe that employees have the right to feel safe at work. We provide legal counsel and representation for men and women who experience workplace discrimination, harassment or retaliation.
Please contact our firm online or by calling (888) 831-8615 to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced employment lawyer.
Representing Employees in Discrimination Cases
A workplace often provides the greatest amount of diversity in a person's daily life. This can provide opportunities to enjoy one's own unique characteristics as well as the characteristics of others. Unfortunately, not everyone views a diverse workplace as beneficial.
The attorneys at Shulman Kessler believe that you are entitled to a colorblind and gender blind workplace, a workplace with no bias or discrimination. More than causing hurt feelings or involving grudges, employment discrimination occurs when employers discriminate, or allow discrimination, on the basis of a protected category, including:
- National origin
- Sexual orientation
- Genetic information
If you experience harassment or discrimination based on these protected categories, you may have a claim for compensation from your employer. If you believe that you were fired due to a form of employment discrimination, it is important to speak with a qualified employment law attorney promptly.
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Employers have the right to hire and to fire employees if the reasons do not constitute discrimination. However, when we take a case on behalf of employees, we hold employers responsible to give fact-based answers why people were fired or were not hired.
Contact Shulman Kessler online or by telephone at (888) 831-8615 to schedule a free initial consultation with an employment law attorney.