My workplace has gender discrimination and I do not know how to report this without losing my job.
I recently got to know from my counterpart male co-worker that he is making over 10% more of the salary I make as a female, at the same time I have an MBA and more years of experience. I do not know how to dress this since it looks like gender discrimination.
At Human Rights Advocacy Firm we specialize in cases like these. We are fully aware of the frustration you might experience at this point. Gender discrimination in the workplace is the unfair treatment of an individual because of their gender. Both male and female employees can face gender discrimination. A study found that 42% of women and 22% of men reported experiencing workplace gender discrimination.
Human Rights Advocacy Firm wants to remind you that gender discrimination is illegal. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 makes it illegal for an employer to discriminate against you based on your sex, race, color, religion, or national origin. It is also illegal for employers of 15 or more people to use any of the above categories as a basis for paying you less, firing, not hiring, or discriminating against you in terms of working conditions or “privileges of employment.”
The employer must exhibit gender neutrality towards each employee, such that any decision carries out which would affect person(s)employed, is not based on the gender of its employee. If you are a victim of gender discrimination in the workplace, get in touch with an attorney at Human Rights Advocacy Firm today. We have been fighting for the rights of victims just like you and can give you the right representation. It doesn’t matter whether you work for a small company or a large corporation. Human Rights Advocacy Firm will take them all to task in court and ensure you get the compensation you deserve.
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