Every employee deserves to be treated with respect and consideration by their employer. The laws against workplace discrimination are well-known, yet instances of employers breaking the rules and treating workers unfairly are all too common. Employment discrimination can take many forms, including the refusal to hire certain candidates, paying certain groups of workers less or demoting them, unfair disciplinary action, harassment, and failing to promote qualified candidates.
Slaughter Law, PLLC, believes in the fair and equal treatment of all employees, regardless of their background or personal circumstances. The firm provides representation for those who have been discriminated against by their employers on various grounds, including but not limited to:
- Sexual discrimination
- Gender discrimination
- Racial discrimination
- Age discrimination
- Religious discrimination
- Disability discrimination
If you have faced discrimination from your employer due to one of the above reasons, or any other, call the Wilmington office of Slaughter Law, PLLC, at 910-218-1827 to set up a free consultation to discuss your options with an attorney.
Confronting North Carolina's HB2 Law
The recent introduction of the Public Facilities Privacy and Security Act, more commonly known as the HB2 law or the Bathroom Bill, has raised widespread concern among North Carolina's transgender community. The controversy surrounding HB2 has created a highly charged situation that has led to many transgender individuals facing discrimination both in and out of the workplace.
Although the ongoing legal challenges to the bill make it difficult to ascertain its long-term impact, discrimination in the workplace is something that no individual should have to suffer.
Those who have experienced prejudicial treatment at work due to their gender are encouraged to contact Slaughter Law, PLLC, and discuss their situation with a qualified lawyer.
Facing Discrimination At Work? Contact Slaughter Law, PLLC.
Slaughter Law, PLLC, represents clients from all backgrounds who have been subjected to unfair and illegal treatment by their employers. Contact the firm now to discuss your legal options in complete confidence.