Race Discrimination – Louisville
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects individuals against employment discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex or religion. It is unlawful for an employer to discriminate against someone when he or she is hiring, terminating, promoting, compensating, training, or doing anything else while in the employer/employee setting. Title VII protects good hard working individuals at work. It is a blanket and shield to help those at work that at times can feel powerless. It will protect those employees whose civil rights have been violated.
If a company has a policy that benefits one race more than another, then that policy may be racially discriminating and unlawful. Whether it is for the initial hiring, promotion or something else. Even if the company says the policy is race neutral. This is still not allowed the race discrimination lawyers at the Law Offices of Andrew Alitowski, P.A. will sue them and fight for you and your coworkers or co-applicants who are being discriminating by this backhanded and sly maneuver.
Also, if at your workplace you have coworkers or supervisors using racial jokes or slurs, this may be a form of race discrimination. And if they use offensive and derogatory comments at the workplace, if this makes the employee feel intimidated or that he or she is in a hostile or offensive working environment, then this interference of the employee’s work performance can be a form of race discrimination.
Louisville Discrimination Lawyers
If you feel that you have been racially discriminated against, that there is a policy or procedure at your work that violates your rights, then please contact the Law Offices of Andrew Alitowski, P.A. so that we can help. Please call 888-ASK-ANDREW (888-275-2637). Kentucky race discrimination will not be tolerated. Protect your rights and call us today.
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