Your job performance has nothing to do with whether you are male or female, or your personal relationships. A lot of women, especially those working in what are traditionally considered to be “male” roles such as police officers and factory workers, are mistreated, harassed or paid less than their male counterparts for the same work. Sometimes men suffer the same discrimination. In June 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that discrimination based on sexual orientation and transgender status is also protected under federal law. Holding workers to different standards or making decisions in the workplace based upon gender or sexual orientation is not only unfair, it’s illegal.
If you believe you've been the victim of gender or sexual orientation discrimination, don't hesitate. Call a discrimination attorney from Sue Palmer & Associates PLLC now.
Some discrimination is so deeply embedded in our society that it can be difficult to spot. Talking about gender discrimination is difficult. Turn to a compassionate gender discrimination attorney in Nashville and throughout the state of Tennessee to help your voice be heard.