Are you feeling like a victim of illegal employment discrimination? Ask yourself the following questions…

  • Have you been discriminated against by your employer because of your race or national origin?
  • Are you African American, Asian, or were you born in another country and you were denied employment?
  • Are you put in uncompromising situation because of your sex or gender?
  • Does your employer not hire employees who do not speak English?
  • Was there a large layoff or termination of employees older than 40?
  • Are younger employees consistently getting promoted ahead of older ones?
  • Is religion or religious activity a condition of employment? Does your employer make reasonable accommodations for you to practice your religion?
  • Are you pregnant and are you discriminated against? After the birth of your child were things “different” at your place of employment?
  • As a disabled employee, are reasonable accommodations provided for you to complete your job functions?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may be a victim of illegal employment discrimination, which is a violation of both Massachusetts and federal law. To schedule an appointment with an experienced employment discrimination lawyer, contact our Employment Discrimination Lawyers in Cambridge, MA .

As employment discrimination lawyers, we fight for Employees Discriminated Against Based on Race, Sex, Pregnancy, Age, Religion, National Origin, Wrongful Termination, Retaliation or Disability

An employer can not discriminate in any facet of the workplace, including hiring, firing, and everything in between, it’s illegal. Employment discrimination is when an individual is adversely discriminated against due to any number of factors, including race, skin color, gender, national origin, age, disability, or religion. Specific types of discrimination include: