California law has some of the strictest protections for employees against workplace discrimination. Employers may not base any employment decisions on an employee’s:
If an employer refuses to hire or promote you, terminates you, or otherwise treats you unfairly because of a protected characteristic such as those above, it constitutes unlawful discrimination, and the law provides you with important rights to hold your employer accountable.
Proving unlawful discrimination is never a simple matter, however, as employers will fight against such allegations and provide false non-discriminatory justifications for their employment actions. You need a lawyer who knows how to prove the discrimination you suffered and the recourse you deserve.
Both California and federal laws protect employees over the age of 40 from workplace discrimination based on their age. Many companies might want to phase out older employers to hire younger individuals for many reasons, especially because they might accept lesser pay. However, employees over 40 have the right to maintain gainful employment, and they should not live in fear of being replaced based solely on their age.
The Eghbali Firm represents clients who are not hired, not promoted, or terminated based on their age. We believe in your rights, and we will stand up for you.
The law makes it clear that employers may not engage in discrimination against applicants or employees based on an actual or perceived mental or physical disability. There are many forms of disability discrimination, including:
The Eghbali Firm believes in your right to work, and you should not be prevented from doing so due to a disability that does not affect your job performance. Contact us for free to discuss your rights today.
It is unlawful in California for employers to discriminate against you based on your gender. This includes your assigned gender at birth, your gender identity, your gender expression, and more. Employers may not deny people jobs, equal pay, promotions, or other opportunities because of any aspect of their gender or gender nonconformity.
If you believe you experienced gender discrimination in any form, consult with The Eghbali FIrm as soon as possible. We represent employees in this type of case, and we are here to help you.
No one should be denied any type of job opportunity because of their sex, and the law strictly prohibits sex discrimination in employment actions. There are many types of discrimination associated with sex, including:
When an employer treats you unfairly because of any aspect of your sex, you have the right to take legal action to hold the company accountable. You want legal help you can trust, and you should never hesitate to consult with The Eghbali Firm at no cost about your rights.
Many people come to the United States in pursuit of the American Dream, and the national origin of you or your family should not affect your job opportunities. The law prohibits workplace discrimination based on many factors related to national origin, including:
If you are denied a job or another opportunity because of your national origin, you have the right to seek legal relief from your employer. You should seek help from the dedicated team at The Eghbali Firm right away.
As part of sex discrimination, both California law and federal law also prohibit discrimination based on pregnancy. This can include:
You have the right to make your own family planning and pregnancy-related decisions without the fear of losing job opportunities or employment. If you experience pregnancy discrimination, you need the right legal representation as soon as possible. Do not hesitate to consult with a California employment lawyer at The Eghbali Firm today.
Every employer in California and across the United States should know that race discrimination is strictly prohibited when it comes to employment decisions. However, employees face race-based discrimination every day. This can include not being hired, not being promoted, being harassed, being terminated, and more based on your race.
When this occurs, you want an experienced employment discrimination attorney on your side who can stand up to your employer. At The Eghbali Firm, we handle race discrimination cases, and we know there is no excuse for this type of unlawful act by employers. Call us today for free.
Employers in California may not discriminate against applicants or employees based on their religious beliefs or practices. Employers also must provide reasonable accommodations to employees who request them to allow them to engage in religious practice. When employees fail to provide accommodations or base employment decisions based on your religion, you need the right employment lawyer standing up for your rights.
The Eghbali Firm knows how religious discrimination can affect your job, and we are committed to helping employees like you in this situation. Discuss a possible case for free with our team today.
The Eghbali Firm is dedicated to handling employment law cases, including those involving unlawful discrimination. We only represent employees, and we treat our clients like family while aggressively protecting their rights. If you experienced unlawful discrimination at work, you should not hesitate to contact us for a free case evaluation. We know how to fight for your rights as an employee in California, and we’re ready to help you.