Employment Law

Pasadena Workplace Discrimination Attorney

Championing Workplace Equality in California

At Law Offices of Paul P. Cheng & Associates, we're committed to fighting workplace discrimination in Pasadena, CA. Our award-winning team of experienced employment law attorneys stands by your side, ensuring your rights are upheld with integrity and dignity. We're not just a law firm; we're your trusted legal counsel, passionate about empowering both individuals and top businesses in corporate and business matters. With over 1,000 cases successfully handled, we have the experience and dedication needed to champion your cause.

Our lead attorney, Paul P. Cheng, recognized in Super Lawyers® Rising Stars℠, leads a team that believes in standing against discrimination in all its forms. We offer free consultations and a 24/7 Chinese Hotline to ensure our services are accessible when you need them most.

Workplace discrimination is unjust and harmful, and we are here to guide you through the legal process, providing the support and expertise required to seek justice. Contact us to take the first step toward a discrimination-free workplace. Your rights are worth protecting, and we're here to ensure they are.

Contact us for a free initial consultation with a seasoned discrimination lawyer in Pasadena. Complete our online form or dial (888) 356-4937.

Understanding Workplace Discrimination in California

Workplace discrimination in California is a serious issue that affects many employees. To navigate this issue effectively, it's essential to understand what qualifies as workplace discrimination in this state. Employees in California are protected against discrimination based on a number of factors under the state's stringent anti-discrimination statute. Among the protected categories are race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, and gender identity. Age (40 and older), handicap, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, and military or veteran status are all protected groups.

Discriminatory Practices at Work

Workplace discrimination can manifest in various ways, including unequal pay, wrongful termination, harassment, disparate treatment, and retaliation. Discrimination can be evident in hiring, promotion, job assignments, or even employment terms and conditions.

California Laws That Protect Employers From Discrimination

California law often offers more comprehensive protection against discrimination than federal laws. It's important to know that employees in California have the added benefit of stronger state laws, such as the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), to address workplace discrimination.

What To Do If You Experience Workplace Discrimination

If you believe you are a victim of job discrimination, you must immediately report it. You may contact a knowledgeable Pasadena discrimination attorney to represent you or file a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). The first step in putting an end to discrimination is recognizing it and taking action.

Speaking with an experienced Pasadena discrimination attorney can help you better understand your legal choices, evaluate your situation, and determine the best course of action. Speaking out against workplace discrimination not only protects your own rights but also helps to create a more equitable working environment for all California employees.

Call (888) 356-4937 or contact us online to request a free initial consultation with an experienced discrimination lawyer in Pasadena.

Our team strives to provide focused and driven action in order to give your case the focus that it deserves. We are proud to offer each potential client a free consultation. Contact the Law Offices of Paul P. Cheng & Associates today to find out how we can help you achieve the resolution you need.


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