Don’t Face Workplace Discrimination Alone
Workplace discrimination, whether subtle or blatant, impacts your ability to perform your duties and can adversely affect you at home and elsewhere away from work. A number of state and federal protections, including the Kentucky Civil Rights Act, Title VII, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), are in place to protect your rights.
You could be facing illegal discrimination at work if you are treated unfairly due to your race, national origin, or ethnicity; your sex or gender (including a pregnancy and related medical conditions); your religion; your age; or your physical or mental disability status.
Discrimination comes in many forms, often subtle and sometimes overt, including the denial of a job or a promotion; being wrongfully discharged, suspended, or demoted; and being paid less than similar candidates or employees in the same positions. If you’ve complained of discrimination, your employer cannot retaliate against you in any way — this is also illegal.
We Support Your Right to a Fair Workplace
If you believe you are being discriminated against at work, contact Lockaby PLLC to discuss your legal rights. Even if you’re unsure whether your experience qualifies as discrimination or retaliation, we want to hear about it. We can help you understand your rights and legal options for addressing the problem.