Protecting Your Right to Fair Treatment in the Workplace in Florida & Texas
Employment discrimination is when you receive adverse employment action because of one of the following:
- Race, Color or National Origin
- Sex, sexual orientation, gender, or gender identity
- Age (40 years or older)
- Genetic Information
Florida Law also protects you from employment discrimination based on marital status, AIDS/HIV status, and sickle cell trait.
If you are experiencing discrimination based on one of the above reasons in the workplace, it is important that you report the discriminatory action and clearly state the basis. You should follow the Company’s reporting procedure and report it to the appropriate person or persons. Typically, this would be Human Resources but for smaller companies could be a person in management or an executive.
Your employer should not retaliate against you because you reported discrimination based on one of the above reasons to the company, EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission), FCHR (Florida Commission on Human Relations), or TWC (Texas Workforce Commission). If you have experienced adverse employment action as a result of reporting discrimination, you have been subjected to unlawful retaliation and should consult with an experienced employment attorney who can advise you of how to proceed.
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