Helping Ease The Painful Sting Of Sex Discrimination
Sex discrimination, or discrimination based on gender, is a serious issue in workplaces across California. Those who suffer this type of discrimination often fail to receive the justice they deserve. It doesn’t have to be that way.
Let our team at the Law Office of Twila S. White, in Los Angeles, help get you through this troubling time. We are well-versed in the complex employment laws and can determine how they may apply to your case. We have extensive experience representing individuals who have felt the painful sting of sex discrimination.
5 Ways Sex Discrimination Is Felt In The Workplace
Sex discrimination often occurs in conjunction with other forms of workplace discrimination targeting gender (such as discrimination based on pregnancy) and is experienced in some or all of the following ways:
- Being excluded from activities and advancement opportunities that are offered to individuals of the opposite gender
- Getting bypassed for promotion opportunities solely based on gender
- Suffering a demotion without just cause based on gender
- Being placed on probation unjustly due to your sex
- Suffering a retaliatory investigation after filing a sex discrimination complaint
Proving that you were the victim of gender-based discrimination is difficult. You need an experienced team in your corner to accurately assess your case and represent your interests. Our team understands the pain you are going through, and we are ready to help.
Before Quitting, Let Us Help You Understand Your Options
Before you make the decision to resign from your job, please obtain the help of an experienced employment law attorney. This is an essential step especially if you intend to formally file a complaint with your office’s human resources department. We can walk you through the legal process and help you understand your rights.
Involuntarily Terminated In California? Call Today.
Sex discrimination not only applies to current employees, but it is also relevant to cases where employees were fired or forced to resign prematurely. If this situation sounds familiar to you or your loved ones, call our office to speak with a lawyer. We offer workers across California a free 30-minute telephone consultation with no obligation. Our number is 800-521-4569. You can also reach out to us via email.