Gender Discrimination Law Cases.
Gender Discrimination in New York State
Have you been discriminated against at work because of your Gender or Sex in New York City or in the State of New York?
It's unfortunate that even with all the social reform and progress of the past few decades, the glass ceiling is a fact that exists within many companies in New York and the United States.
Companies continue to pay female employees less than male employees for the same position, promote women less frequently than men, and create work environments that are generally hostile to women.
Gender discrimination in the workplace is prohibited under all Federal and State Laws. A common form of Gender discrimination gender discrimination at work happens whenever an individual is treated differently on account of their gender affects anything from hiring decisions to promotions to terminations
Gender discrimination or sex discrimination is illegal! Period. It is against the law to:
- Treat women differently from men in the workplace.
- Pay male employees more than female employees for similar work.
- Unfairly promote male employees ahead of female employees who are similarly qualified.
- Have policies that have a disparate impact on male and female employees.
- Discriminate against pregnant women in the workplace.
An example would be that a company reserves certain types of jobs for employees of a certain sex. Gender discrimination may include the creation or even the toleration of a work environment that is intimidating, offensive or hostile to women.
You don’t have to put up with gender discrimination in the workplace. At Stillman Legal, discrimination lawyers are relentless advocates who seek compensation for wrongs you have experienced in the workplace.
Your employer cannot take adverse actions or retaliate against you because you report this kind of discrimination. If you terminated or retaliated against because you filed a complaint or complained about gender discrimination or supported another person’s claim, you may have a separate legal action against your employer.
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