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Discrimination in the workplace not only hurts, but it is ILLEGAL for your employer to subject you to:
For a successful employment discrimination claim, you must be able to prove, not only that the decision against you was wrong or unfair but that it was based on one of the characteristics listed above (race, gender, etc.) as opposed to a legitimate business reason.
Also, the law protects an employee who complains about discrimination from retaliation from his or her employer.
If you believe you may be a victim of discrimination at work and need a work discrimination attorney in Houston, TX who will fight on your behalf, contact The Murphy Law Practice today. We will respond to your inquiry within 24 hours.
Q: Is there a time limit on filing a charge of work discrimination with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) under Title VII?
A: Yes. Title VII imposes time limits for bringing a charge of discrimination at work. Usually a claim needs to be filed within 180 days of the alleged act of work discrimination; however, some states' laws set out a time limit of 300 days. Contact the EEOC or an attorney for further information.
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