What is Gender Discrimination?
New Jersey and federal laws prohibit employers from discriminating on the basis of gender. Gender or sex discrimination occurs when an employer treats an employee unequally based on the fact that the employee is a woman or is a man. Throughout the entire employment process, the policies and practices in the workplace should be equal between both men and women including hiring, compensation, layoffs, promotions, training, working conditions, benefits, and more.
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Some examples of gender or sex discrimination can include:
- Refusing to hire or give promotions to someone based on gender
- Giving benefits to wives of male employees but not to husbands of employees who are women
- Paying a male employee more than a female coworker for a substantially similar position
- Refusing to hire or promote an employee because of his or her family responsibilities
- Refusing to promote a woman because she is pregnant or intends to become pregnant
You should be fully aware that gender discrimination cases are quite hard to prove and win for people with no legal background and experience. What you need is a helping legal hand to win your gender discrimination case. All discrimination cases are unacceptable in the modern world. Your duty to report and fight discrimination based on gender or sex include both your loved ones and your community. When our gender discrimination attorneys help you win a case, then you are sending a strong message to the employers who aren’t treating their employees right. On the other hand, your legal success encourages other employees who may have similar issues you have successfully resolved with our help.
Results may vary depending on your particular facts and legal circumstances.
This case was won on behalf of a group of more than ten former warehouse employees who alleged experiencing a hostile work environment.
Discuss Your Case with Our Gender Discrimination Attorneys Today
You may have a gender discrimination claim against your employer. New Jersey laws and courts protect the rights of workers. Our highly experienced and extremely motivated employment attorneys can fight to protect your rights. Contact us online or call at1-908-282-3979 or 1-800-586-5817. Get in touch with our gender discrimination lawyers as soon as possible and let’s discuss your legal options. There’s no excuse for this kind of unacceptable behavior on behalf of your employers. There’s also no excuse for you to let them get away with it because you hesitate to take the justified legal actions.