Is Your Employer Guilty of Title VII Violations?

Is Your Employer Guilty of Title VII Violations?

[custom_frame_left][/custom_frame_left]Are you the victim of wrongful dismissal? Do you feel that this action was a violation of your rights as an employee as laid out by Title VII? If so, you need to learn all you can about employment law before seeking out employment attorneys. Doing so, you can help ensure justice, just like all American citizens deserve.[clear] What Are Title VII Violations to Your Rights as an Employee? Title VII, as written by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), is a part of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Unlike other parts of that law, Title VII actively lays out ground rules to protect the civil rights of Americans in the workplace. While these protections may seem similar to some protections you’re afforded in your private life, the laws governing these violations and the penalties that may follow are written and maintained in different ways. According to the Society for Human Resource Management, Title VII provides American workers with a number of protections based on their personal traits. As any employment lawyer worth their salt can tell you, no employee may be harassed or otherwise discriminated against because of race, religion, national background, sex, or age. For example, if you believe your rights as an employee were violated and you were fired for being a woman, an unfortunately common precursor to wrongful dismissal cases, then your Title VII protections were likely violated. What Qualifies As A Discriminatory Practice? There are a number of different types of discriminatory practices that have proven to be common enough across the United States to warrant specific provisions banning them in law....