Hartford Employment Discrimination Lawyer

Discrimination in the Workplace

Being subjected to discrimination in the workplace not only negatively affects the way an employee is made to feel while on the job, but it can also substantially affect his or her job performance. Discrimination is unacceptable in all forms, and federal and state laws are in place to protect all workers from this unlawful behavior.

This can include discrimination against:

  • Gender
  • Race
  • Age
  • Sexual orientation
  • Religion
  • Color
  • Pregnancy
  • Disability

Discrimination occurs when an employer makes judgments about an employee based on that employee's personal characteristics. Such discrimination could involve hiring, wrongful termination, promotion, comments made to the employee, and wage and salary considerations, to name a few. If proven, an employer can be sued for damages for this offense.

If you are being discriminated against in the workplace, it is essential that you contact a Hartford employment law attorney, in order to get the immediate legal help you will need to defend your case.

Aggressive Employment Discrimination Defense

At Cicchiello & Cicchiello, LLP our attorneys have 40 years of combined experience protecting the rights of individuals unfairly subjected to discriminatory practices by their employers.

Claims for discrimination must be filed within 180 days of the incident.

Our attorneys can assist you with the filing process in a way that helps you get the best outcome possible with your claim. With our extensive track record in employment law, we have helped hundreds of clients get the compensation they deserved after being subjected to improper treatment by their employers. As seasoned trial attorneys, if the case requires litigation, you are in excellent hands with our firm.

Contact a Hartford employment lawyer at the firm for a free consultation, if you are facing discrimination in the workplace and want competent legal defense.

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