Typically gender discrimination in the workplace happens to women, however, this is not always the case. Over 40 percent of all employed women and less than 19 percent of men have faced gender discrimination in the workplace. Employers are required to abide by all laws pertaining to gender discrimination in the workplace. If your employer has violated your employment rights, contact JML Law in San Francisco at 415-692-3462 for a free case evaluation. Consult with an experienced Gender Discrimination Attorney about your rights and what damages you could seek. You could be entitled to damages for lost wages, reinstatement of employment, compensation for lost benefits, attorney’s fees, and/or courts costs.
The Equal Pay Act of 1963 protects employees of both genders, who have equal qualifications and ability to do the same work for the same employer, from not receiving the same opportunities because of their gender. San Francisco abides by California employment discrimination laws and states that it is unlawful:
If you have been discriminated against by your employer, you are going to need legal representation to ensure your case reaches its full merit. Here at JML Law in San Francisco, our attorneys are expert litigators. Typically most cases settle out of court, however, our Gender Discrimination Attorneys are fully prepared to take your case to court.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), releases annual discrimination statistics. According to the 2017 EEOC report, over 25,600 charges were filed against employers for gender discrimination in the U.S. San Francisco’s residents are legally entitled to a non-discriminatory workplace. Your civil and employment rights in the workplace are outlined and guaranteed by federal and state laws. If you feel that your employer has discriminated against you because of your gender, contact JML Law in San Francisco today at 415-692-3462 or visit our website at jmllaw.com for a free case evaluation.
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