Discrimination And Harassment Are Illegal

No one is ever really sure what to do when facing discrimination or harassment. You may wonder if you did something to cause the behavior or if you are being too sensitive. Perhaps others at your workplace are dealing with the same misconduct or illegal behavior. Many times we are conditioned to accept workplace abuse because it starts small and then gets worse by increments.

You Are Not Helpless Or Alone

Federal and state laws protect all employees from discriminatory and retaliatory conduct. While you may feel helpless and vulnerable, the fact is that you are protected and there is recourse. At Robinson & Associates Law Office, LLC, we have helped hundreds of people get relief and find resolution.

No matter what is happening at your workplace, we have the experience and legal know-how to help. Contact our office for a free consultation regarding your specific circumstances. Call and speak with an employment lawyer. Your initial consultation is free. Call today at 303-872-3063.

Take These Three Steps

If you feel that you are being discriminated against or harassed, do these immediately:

  1. Document all the events that are occurring.
  2. Immediately report all such events to a supervisor or to human resources.
  3. Speak with an employment attorney if you do not get a satisfactory response or the harassment continues.

What You Need To Know

The most important thing you need to know is that it is OK to stand up for yourself if you are being harassed or discriminated against. In fact, when it comes to employment rights, getting a satisfactory resolution may depend on you taking a stand, whether this is contacting human resources, the government or an employment attorney.

The law absolutely prohibits discriminatory conduct based on protective action. One of the most important things for you to know is that your human resources department is not there to protect your interests. Rather, it is there to protect the interests of the company. In some cases, the best first step is to contact human resources. Some cases are so egregious, however, that you should enlist the help of an experienced and successful employment attorney.

The Help You Need Today

You are not alone. The employment law and litigation attorneys at Robinson & Associates Law Office are here to represent you, stand up for your rights and fight on your behalf. Call our Aurora, Colorado, office today. We offer a free consultation. We will listen to your case and let you how we can help. Call 303-872-3063 or fill out the online contact form and a professional from our office will get back to you. We have been serving the entire Denver area since 2000.