Category: Discrimination

Pregnancy Discrimination Laws in Arizona

Introduction Many women continue to work through their pregnancies, often up to their due dates. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

Can an Employer Fire You for Your Political Views in Arizona?

Introduction It is considered discrimination to fire an employee based on gender, race, religion, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, and physical or

What to Know About the Supreme Court’s LGBTQ Discrimination Decision

Introduction It was a triumphant moment for LGBTQ rights following the decision to protect gay and transgender employees. In a landmark ruling by the

Protect Your Rights by Reporting Employers for Unfair Treatment

Introduction Even with laws in place to prevent it, employees are still treated unfairly at work every day. Unfair treatment can lead you to

Are My Religious Beliefs Protected in Arizona’s Workplaces?

Introduction When your duties at work interfere with your religious beliefs or practices, your employer must accommodate you unless it will significantly burden them

Arizona Laws on Gender Discrimination

Introduction Gender or sex discrimination refers to treating someone with less favor because of their sex. This can mean either job applicants or existing

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

You believe you may have encountered sexual harassment at your job. Whether it’s same sex harassment in the workplace or an intimidating work environment,

Racial Discrimination Employment Laws in Arizona

Introduction Have you experienced race discrimination in the workplace? Being unfairly treated based on race can be a humiliating and infuriating experience. If you

How to File an EEOC Claim in Arizona

Introduction Discrimination in the workplace should never be tolerated. When unlawful discrimination is a deciding factor in hiring, firing, promotion, demotion, relocation, compensation, benefits,

What to Do if You are Falsely Accused of Discrimination at Work

Introduction In today’s age of information, most employees are fairly well aware of their rights in the workplace. Those who don’t fully understand the

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