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If you believe you have been treated or, are being treated unfairly and differently from other employees, then you may have a claim for discrimination. California law protects many types of discrimination, including:

  • Age (40 and over).
  • Ancestry.
  • Color.
  • Religious creed.
  • Denial of family and medical care leave.
  • Disability (mental and physical), including HIV and AIDS.
  • Marital status.
  • Medical condition (cancer and genetic characteristics).
  • Military and Veteran Status
  • Genetic information.
  • National origin.
  • Race.
  • Religion.
  • Sex and Gender (includes pregnancy, childbirth, and medical conditions related to pregnancy or childbirth, breastfeeding or medical conditions related to breastfeeding).
  • Gender, gender identity and gender expression.
  • Sexual orientation

What does being treated differently mean? While this can vary with every case, being treated differently can mean a number of things. Here are just a few examples. 

  • Termination – including firing, lay-offs, reductions-in-force
  • Write-Ups, Reprimands, Counselings, Performance Improvement Plans
  • Favoritism of other employees over others
  • Difference in pay, compensation, or assignments
  • Forced resignation

If you believe you are being treated differently, contact our firm for a free consultation


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