Employment Discrimination Lawyers in New York

Helping Employees Stand Up Against Workplace Discrimination

Understanding Your Rights as an Employee

Your employer cannot take any adverse employment action against you simply because of your race, sexual orientation, religion, age, sex, national origin or disability. In addition, state and federal laws also protect you from retaliation if you make a complaint to your employer regarding discriminatory conduct in the workplace or otherwise blow the whistle on your employer’s unlawful acts. If you feel any of these rights may have been violated, it may be worth discussing your case with us.

What is an Adverse Employment Action?

Simply put, it is any action by your employer that may impact your job in a negative way, and may include:

  • Wrongful discharge, termination or lay off
  • Wrongful retaliation
  • Sexual harassment
  • Discrimination based on age, race, sexual orientation, sex, religion, disability or national origin
  • Suspension
  • Refusal to hire
  • Demotion
  • Denial of a promotion
  • Pay reduction
  • Undeserved or unequal discipline
  • Negative performance review
  • Unwanted or negative shift change or transfer

Why It’s Important to Contact an Employment Attorney

Each type of discrimination is unique and may involve different laws and procedures, which is why it is best to contact an attorney as soon as possible to learn what your rights and legal options may be.

Dedicated Legal Guidance

If you believe you are the victim of unlawful discrimination, harassment or retaliation in the workplace and need to speak to an experienced employment lawyer, contact Gash & Associates, P.C. We will carefully investigate your claims and help you determine what legal recourse, if any, is available. From start to finish, we will guide you through this often-complex legal process and help ensure your rights are protected along the way.

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Contact us today if you have a potential Employment Discrimination case.

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Gash & Associates, P.C. understands the difficulties of navigating employer discrimination in the New York and Tri-State Area. Call us today at 1-866-GASHLAW to schedule a free consultation.