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How To Fight LGBTQ Discrimination in the Workplace

While most other population groups in the U.S. are protected by federal laws, the LGBTQ+ community is still open to discrimination in the workplace in many states. DoNotPay is committed to fighting workplace discrimination in all its forms and can help you understand your rights and recourse to legal [. . .]
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Life Begins at 40 if You Challenge Age Discrimination in Your Workplace

Your years and experience should stand in your favor if you are over 40—unless you are the victim of discrimination at work based on your age. Ageism and discrimination against older employees can cause harm to both you as an employee and the company you work for. You lose confidence, and your employer [. . .]
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Fight Racial Discrimination in the Workplace

Of all the forms of bias that you may find in the workplace, racial discrimination is one of the most common types. Although laws to tackle discrimination based on race have been in place for decades, it is still widespread, making up 32.7% of all the claims filed with the Equal Employment Opportunities [. . .]
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Fight Gender Discrimination With DoNotPay's Help

Although it is illegal in the U.S., employee discrimination based on gender is still rife. The effects can be catastrophic, as with any form of workplace discrimination. In its worst form— sexual harassment —it can have far-reaching psychological effects that go beyond the workplace. DoNotPay is [. . .]
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⭐ Fight Workplace Discrimination With DoNotPay's Help

Discrimination in the workplace is not a new phenomenon. The legislation to combat it has been in place across the U.S. for around fifty years, yet it is still one of the most common complaints heard in courts throughout the country. DoNotPay understands the problem and is here to help you if you feel [. . .]
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Gender Identity Discrimination in the Workplace Exposed

Workplace discrimination has evolved over the decades since Title VII of the Civil Rights Act came into force in 1964. The most significant rise in charges filed with the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission (EEOC) has been in the area of LGBTQ+ and gender identity discrimination. If you are one [. . .]

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How To Fight Mental Health Discrimination at Work

Mental illness discrimination involves treating people differently due to their mental state. Illnesses such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, and bipolar disorder cannot be used as a reason to dismiss, demote, or otherwise discriminate against an employee. If you feel you are experiencing [. . .]

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Discrimination Against Women Is Still a Hot Topic

Workplace discrimination against women has been a hot topic since the women’s rights movement in the 1960s pushed the U.S. towards greater equality. It is still an issue today, though, with cases of gender discrimination figuring high on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) annual statistics. [. . .]

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Transgender Discrimination in the Workplace Explained

One of the most recent forms of employment discrimination to make headlines is discrimination against transgender people. While not specifically mentioned in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1963 or other anti-discrimination laws, several recent court cases have certified that your LGBTQ+ status [. . .]

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Demystifying Title VII Gender Discrimination

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits workplace discrimination based on sex or gender. This is a superficially fairly simple definition to understand, but it hides several gray areas that are only being clarified by recent employment discrimination cases. If you think you may have experienced [. . .]

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Missouri Discrimination Law Explained in Full

Up to the middle of 2017, Missouri stood out as one of the most employee-friendly states in the country. With the introduction of Senate Bill 43, though, certain changes have been introduced that make life more difficult for workers. It also made it easier for employers to get away with employment discrimination. [. . .]

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How To Use the EEOC Charge of Discrimination Form

If you are being discriminated against at work and have no hope of fixing the problem internally, it may be time to bring in the heavy artillery. Your next step is to take the matter to the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission (EEOC) and let them help you. To do this, you need to file a complaint [. . .]

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Sexual Orientation Discrimination Cases That Have Made History

Workplace discrimination is illegal under federal law, but legislation often leaves gray areas that need to be tested in court to determine how the letter of the law works in practice. Sexual orientation discrimination cases in the workplace are a great example. DoNotPay takes a look at the recent landmark [. . .]

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A Breakdown of LGBT Discrimination Laws by State

Although workplace discrimination based on your LGBTQ status is illegal under federal anti-discrimination law, several states offer additional protection with their own legislation to protect you. DoNotPay brings you the full list of LGBT discrimination laws by state, meaning you can choose your best [. . .]

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Groundbreaking Disability Discrimination Cases

Workplace discrimination against people with disabilities is prohibited by law. A law is only useful, though, if it is clear and straightforward enough to be enforceable in real-life discrimination cases. DoNotPay has looked at the most important recent disability discrimination cases that prove whether [. . .]

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Racial Discrimination in America’s Workplaces Exposed

Despite decades of progress and anti-discrimination legislation, racial discrimination in the workplace remains widespread in the U.S. If you are experiencing or witnessing work-related racial discrimination in America, DoNotPay can help you with facts, trends, and advice to fight your case! What Is [. . .]

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California Discrimination Laws Go Above and Beyond

California has long been known as one of the most employee-friendly states in the USA. If you are an employee in a Californian company, you enjoy protection that goes beyond what many other states offer. Employers in the Golden State are subject to strict state laws prohibiting workplace discrimination. [. . .]

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Race Discrimination Lawsuit Settlements Quantified

Racial discrimination is as much a hot topic today as it was at the height of the civil rights movement in the 1960s. If you are a victim of race discrimination in the workplace, you are faced with the choice of whether to accept it or fight back. In case you decide to fight back, DoNotPay is here to [. . .]

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Gay Discrimination in the Workplace Demystified

Workplace discrimination can take many forms, some of them being so subtle that they are difficult to recognize. DoNotPay presents recent examples of gay discrimination at work that can help you recognize illegal behavior and fight back! What Is the Law on Gay Discrimination? Under Title VII of the [. . .]

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Facts, Advice, and Solutions for Native American Discrimination

When we talk about employment discrimination based on race, the conversation usually refers to racial discrimination against the Black or Hispanic community. Few discussions revolve around discrimination against the original inhabitants of our country. DoNotPay is here to help you understand the extent [. . .]

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The Info on Workplace Discrimination in the U.S.

Workplace discrimination in the U.S. is still widespread, but recent headlines around Black Lives Matter and the Me Too movement have at least raised awareness of the issue. If you are concerned about—or are experiencing—workplace discrimination, DoNotPay has all the info you need to fight back. [. . .]

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How To Combat LGBTQIA+ Employment Discrimination

Workplace discrimination of any kind can be damaging both financially and psychologically. Up until recently, LGBTQIA+ employment discrimination was a gray area in law, but several landmark cases have shed light on the legal protection from discrimination the LGBTQIA+ community can expect. DoNotPay is [. . .]

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Gender Discrimination Cases That Made History

Gender discrimination has been the subject of legislation for fifty years, but several landmark cases were needed to iron out the wrinkles in the existing laws and ensure that gray areas were addressed. Gender-based workplace discrimination is the second-most common charge received by the Equal Employment [. . .]

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Black Discrimination Is Still Rife in the Workplace

Despite widespread protests and heightened awareness of civil rights across the country, routine and systemic workplace discrimination against Black people is still widespread. If you are experiencing Black discrimination at work, DoNotPay is here to help with facts, advice, and solutions. How Common [. . .]

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Discrimination Settlements Average Amounts Analyzed

Workplace discrimination is illegal for a reason. If you are a victim of discrimination, it can affect your livelihood, your psychological health, and the wellbeing of your family. It is only fair to expect adequate compensation if you have suffered discrimination at work. DoNotPay takes you through [. . .]

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How To Prove Age Discrimination in the Workplace for Over 40s

At age 40 or over, you have skills, knowledge, and experience in your job. If you find yourself being passed over for new opportunities or overlooked for promotion, you may be experiencing age discrimination. Workplace discrimination of any sort is illegal, but it is your responsibility to prove that [. . .]

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How To Fight Racial Discrimination in Hiring

Anti-discrimination laws are explicit in stating that racial discrimination is illegal in a company’s hiring processes. Despite this, many companies still think they can get away with hiring or rejecting candidates based on their race. If you have been rejected in spite of superior experience and qualifications, [. . .]

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The Most Important EEOC Discrimination Cases Won

Since 1965, the EEOC has been your partner in fighting to eradicate workplace discrimination. Over the years, several EEOC-led discrimination lawsuits have made headlines and influenced the way anti-discrimination laws are interpreted and applied. Here is DoNotPay’s definitive list of the most influential [. . .]

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Gender Discrimination in the Workplace Statistics—Useful Info

No matter how much we like to see ourselves as progressing towards equality, there is still a gap between the sexes in the workplace. Gender discrimination remains a reality in many U.S. companies, and only constant effort can bring us closer to eradicating it. Check out DoNotPay’s analysis of gender [. . .]

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Your Company’s Anti-Discrimination Policy Examined

The first step to fighting workplace discrimination is to recognize that it exists. Anti-discrimination laws in the U.S. have been in place since the 1960s and hold employers accountable for any examples of workplace discrimination that may occur. Most companies are intent on making sure they don’t [. . .]

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Workplace Discrimination Statistics Broken Down and Explained

However much we like to claim that society is getting better, the only way to prove our point is to look at numbers. DoNotPay has analyzed the latest numbers relating to workplace discrimination statistics—here are the highs and lows of what we have found. What Statistics Are Available? The most [. . .]

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The A to Z on How To Stop Discrimination

Workplace discrimination is everywhere. Ranging from deliberate unfair treatment by your supervisor to seemingly innocuous jokes by colleagues, examples of discrimination can be found almost anywhere you look. Whether you are a victim or merely a witness, DoNotPay gives you tips and advice on how to [. . .]

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Religious Discrimination Case—Learn How To Protect Your Rights

Religious freedom is entrenched in the U.S. Constitution, but cases of religious discrimination in the workplace are rife across the country. The Equal Employment Opportunities Commission (EEOC) received 2,404 complaints of religious discrimination at work in 2020. Since 1997, the average number of charges [. . .]

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Eradicate Sexual Orientation Discrimination in the Workplace

Your employer shouldn’t concern themselves with your sexual orientation. When your company uses that information to discriminate against you, they are breaking the law. DoNotPay is here to help you fight for your right to privacy and challenge sexual orientation discrimination at work! Am I Being [. . .]

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Some Common Workplace Discrimination Examples To Help You Spot It

There is a fine line between banter, prejudice, and outright discrimination in the workplace. Being able to spot discrimination is your first step towards eradicating it. DoNotPay is your go-to resource to recognize discrimination with these common workplace discrimination examples! How Is Discrimination [. . .]

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How To Fight Transgender Discrimination in the Workplace

June 15th, 2020, was an important day for the LGBTQ community. In the case of Bostock versus Clayton County, GA, the Supreme Court judged that firing individuals based on their transgender status or sexual orientation is a violation of sex discrimination clauses of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of [. . .]

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Get All the Facts With Our EEOC Discrimination Guide

Discrimination in the workplace can leave you feeling isolated, neglected, and vulnerable. The Equal Employment Opportunities Commission (EEOC) was set up to give you the support you need. If you are a victim of prejudice, harassment, or discriminatory behavior at work, the EEOC’s job is to defend [. . .]

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Consign Wage Discrimination to History

If you can prove you are earning less than your co-workers but doing the same tasks and the same amount of work—if not more—you may be experiencing pay discrimination in the workplace. Wage discrimination has become particularly noticeable since more women started to enter the employment market during [. . .]

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De Jure Discrimination Explained

Workplace discrimination of any sort is illegal in the U.S. Federal law is unequivocal in making it impossible for employers to discriminate against their staff. Courts still deal with cases of employment discrimination every day, though—in 2020, the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission (EEOC) [. . .]

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Employment Discrimination Cases That Set Precedents

Anti-discrimination laws in the U.S have been around since the early 1960s and offer you comprehensive protection against workplace discrimination. No law is complete until it has been tested in court, though, so DoNotPay is here to help you understand what kind of discrimination lawsuits are trending [. . .]

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Fight for Your Right With a Discrimination Lawsuit

If you are a victim of discrimination in the workplace, you have the law on your side. Federal law protects you against all forms of work-related discrimination, and many states will add the weight of local legislation to your case. DoNotPay is your one-stop resource for combating discrimination in the [. . .]

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De Facto Discrimination Is Discrimination in Hidden Form

The laws on discrimination in the workplace are clear and unequivocal—discrimination is illegal. Even if your company is compliant according to the letter of the law, you may still experience discrimination at work through the customs, practices, and accepted behavior in the organization. DoNotPay [. . .]

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The Pregnancy Discrimination Act Protects Your Rights at Work

Pregnancy should be a time when your interests take priority over everything else. If you are experiencing discrimination in the workplace due to your condition, you are at risk of physical or mental harm. DoNotPay is committed to fighting all kinds of employment discrimination— here is everything [. . .]

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How To Fight Disability Discrimination in the Workplace

A disability—whether physical or mental—is enough of an imposition without having to combat disability discrimination in your workplace. DoNotPay is committed to fighting discrimination in the workplace in all its forms. We can help you eradicate disability discrimination and ensure you have the [. . .]

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What To Do About Religious Discrimination in the Workplace

Freedom of faith is one of the tenets on which the U.S. Constitution is based, and as a U.S. citizen or resident, you are free to follow the religion of your choice. If you are experiencing workplace discrimination based on your religious convictions, DoNotPay is here to help. We can help you fight your [. . .]

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How To Fight LGBTQ Discrimination in the Workplace

While most other population groups in the U.S. are protected by federal laws, the LGBTQ+ community is still open to discrimination in the workplace in many states. DoNotPay is committed to fighting workplace discrimination in all its forms and can help you understand your rights and recourse to legal [. . .]

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U.S. Anti-Discrimination Laws Explained

Laws against discrimination in the workplace have been around for more than 50 years, but you may still be unsure whether your experiences constitute illegal discrimination at work. DoNotPay is here to help with a full rundown of the anti-discrimination laws in the U.S. What Is Discrimination? Discrimination [. . .]

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Should I Contact a Discrimination Lawyer?

Discrimination in the workplace is near-impossible to eradicate. Despite rigorous federal and state laws to combat it, cases of discrimination against employees still regularly find their way to court. DoNotPay is your partner in the fight against discrimination—we can help you understand how to lodge [. . .]

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How To Apply for Crime Victims Compensation in NH

Victims of violent crimes should get all the help they need to overcome mental trauma, financial obstacles, physical injuries, and other crime-related challenges. That’s why all states—including New Hampshire—established funds for violent crime victims to help them cover medical exams, lost wages, [. . .]

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Fight Racial Discrimination in the Workplace

Of all the forms of bias that you may find in the workplace, racial discrimination is one of the most common types. Although laws to tackle discrimination based on race have been in place for decades, it is still widespread, making up 32.7% of all the claims filed with the Equal Employment Opportunities [. . .]

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Fight Gender Discrimination With DoNotPay's Help

Although it is illegal in the U.S., employee discrimination based on gender is still rife. The effects can be catastrophic, as with any form of workplace discrimination. In its worst form— sexual harassment —it can have far-reaching psychological effects that go beyond the workplace. DoNotPay is [. . .]

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Fight Workplace Discrimination With DoNotPay's Help

Discrimination in the workplace is not a new phenomenon. The legislation to combat it has been in place across the U.S. for around fifty years, yet it is still one of the most common complaints heard in courts throughout the country. DoNotPay understands the problem and is here to help you if you feel [. . .]

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