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Title VII and the Florida Civil Rights Act prohibits discrimination in an employment environment.
Employment discrimination, also referred to as workplace discrimination, is the unlawful use of age, race, gender, color, national origin or religion to deny an individual either an opportunity to work or to work under the same conditions as others. One must be able to prove that:
"Terms or conditions of employment" means just about anything relating to someone's job: their position, pay, title, hours, vacations, etc. Whether or not a person is hired is also considered a term or condition of employment.
Employment and workplace discrimination may be found to exist in company policies, or to be actions of management, executives, or any other employee in the workplace. The employer has a legal obligation to ensure employment discrimination does not exist in workplace, and if reported, must be dealt with to ensure the act or acts of workplace discrimination does not continue.
Failure to rid the workplace of acts or policies of any form of employment discrimination may result in an employee or employees filing an employment (workplace) discrimination claim.
Budgen Law aggressively defends the legal rights of workers involved in a workplace discrimination dispute or other employment and labor law legal issues. We will addresses all related issues that should be taken into consideration when pursuing discrimination legal claims.