Faced Discriminated Against Based On Your Accent At The Workplace?

Faced Discriminated Against Based On Your Accent At The Workplace?

Every day, hundreds of employees all across America are being discriminated against for different reasons. The most common reasons for discrimination in the workplace are:

  • Gender
  • Age
  • Religion
  • National origin
  • Race
  • Disability
  • Sex
  • Skin color
  • Political views
  • Pregnancy
  • Marital status
  • Accent
  • Retaliation

Have you faced discrimination recently in your workplace, perhaps because of your English pronunciation or your accent? If so, the chances are that you may be able to file a lawsuit against your employer and seek compensation. This is extremely important if you have been discriminated against recently. Call Los Angeles Discrimination Attorneys today and seek legal help and representation.

Here is everything that you should about discrimination in the workplace.

Once It Starts, It Never Stops

If you are like the majority of people, you believe that all forms of discrimination will eventually stop. However, that is where you and everyone else is wrong. According to research conducted by the Equal Employment and Opportunity Commission, every employee suffering any type of workplace will continue to suffer for years to come, if no actions are taken immediately. What this means is that you will continue to be discriminated against, unless you take immediate actions.

So What Is Stopping You From Filing A Lawsuit?

They understand that you are in fear of losing your job. You may also be in fear of retaliation after filing a lawsuit against your employer. But rest assured that you will receive all-needed protection and that you will not be discriminated against or retaliated against anymore. Contact the attorneys today, or file a claim with the EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) and be free to continue working in a normal working environment, without discrimination and mockery.

Language Requirements

Most job positions in the US have an “English-only” requirement. However, some jobs require you to speak English but allow you to communicate in other languages with your coworkers. But knowing English is a must. Many employees (especially in California) are immigrants, and barely speak any English, or do it with an accent. This will make them easy targets in the workplace, as surely there will be a few employees who find it funny and worth mocking. 

At the first sign of discrimination, be sure to speak with your employer. In most cases, they will be able to help you. However, if your employer is unable to help or if they are the ones discriminating against you, be sure to contact Discrimination Attorneys in Los Angeles and seek legal protection. Do not let anyone tell you that you do not have any rights just because you are not an American, or because you immigrated from another country. Every employee is treated equally and has the same legal rights. Keep that in mind the next time you feel threatened and discriminated against. Pick up your phone, give them a call and their attorneys will help you understand the situation you are in, as well as your legal rights. And If you chose to file a claim, the attorneys will help you do so.