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Definition of Discrimination

 Is your employer violating your rights?

Here are some things you should do to protect yourself and your job if you feel your employer is treating you unfairly:

·     Document everything and gather evidence, such as letters and e-mails
that will help you plead your case

·     Keep track of the dates and times of the events in question

·     Talk to your supervisor – sometimes what is construed as discrimination may be a misunderstanding

·     Talk to your supervisor’s boss – if talking to your supervisor did not remedy the problem, this is a good next step

·     Talk to your Human Resources Representative

·     File a complaint with HR if they can’t resolve the matter with your supervisor – remember, your employer can’t take retaliatory action n
against you if you file a complaint

·     If you have a union representative, speak with him or her

·     DO NOT sign anything without legal advice

·     Seek legal advice from a qualified attorney.  If you believe that your job rights have been violated you have the right to file a charge of 
discrimination.  This is a required step before you are allowed to file a discrimination lawsuit.

 Click here to get help now.  You may deserve compensation.

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