An experienced New York attorney can help you sue your employers for employment discrimination if it’s applicable to your situation.
Some frequently asked questions about New York employment discrimination include questions about the definition of discrimination.
You can contact a personal injury lawyer if you think you were discriminated against at work.
You can use direct or circumstantial evidence to bring about a workplace discrimination claim.
Some signs of workplace discrimination include being treated poorly because of your identity or hearing inappropriate comments.
If an employer asks you a discriminatory question in a job interview, then they are in violation of the law.
The most common types of employment discrimination in New York include discrimination based on sex, disability, race, and age.
You can prove employment discrimination at work by showing that you are a member of a protected class and you suffered an adverse employment action because of it.
Employment discrimination at work includes discriminating against you based on your identity.
Some types of adverse employment action are illegal in New York.
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