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How to Identify Employment Discrimination

How to Identify Employment Discrimination

The workplace should be an even playing field where everyone has a chance to move up in their industry based on their performance. However, some unfair factors could be holding you back—but there’s something you can do about it. Learn how to identify employment discrimination and see if you have a case.

Lack of Diversity in the Workplace

Look around your workplace and see if you notice a lot of people who fit in the same demographic. You should take note of this with the higher-up positions at your place of work as well. A lack of diversity could mean the company is discriminating against people from other demographics.

Unfair Discipline

Unfortunately, you may face unfair discipline based on an unfair perspective in some instances. This may be unintentional—but employers will often do this so that they can eventually terminate someone from their job. This doesn’t mean you should never face discipline in the workplace, but if you can prove that the reason behind it is false, then it might be classified as employment discrimination.

Inappropriate Comments

Most workplaces have professional HR departments in place, but sometimes inappropriate comments can slip through the cracks. Inappropriate comments made by someone in a demeaning tone can also point to a case of employment discrimination.

Unfair Promotions or Pay

The last thing that may point to employment discrimination is unfair promotions or pay. A fair workplace decides on promotions and pay based on their employees’ experience and other achievements. If you start to notice a trend of new roles or promotions going to people who are underqualified, then there might be something worth investigating.

If you feel you might have a case for employment discrimination, then you’ll need the help of a lawyer. Rossman Law Group, PLLC has Idaho attorneys who specialize in numerous cases, including employment discrimination.