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Best Race Discrimination Lawyers Reply: What should I do if I reported racial harassment to HR and nothing is being done about it? Does my company have to stop race discrimination and harassment by coworkers that is creating a hostile work environment? What type of attorney do I need if I was wrongfully fired today in retaliation for reporting race and religious discrimination to management? Unfortunately, hatred and discrimination seem to be making a comeback as acceptable conduct in this country. Let me be perfectly clear, this is not about the side of the isle that someone stands on; it is about the side of the line between right and wrong that they choose to stand on. Hatred, discrimination, and prejudice is a disease that will spread if left to its own power. It is not enough to not

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Best Ohio Employment Lawyer Response: Can I sue for both race discrimination and FMLA retaliation at the same time? What are my rights to pump breast milk at work after I return from maternity leave; and do I have to tell my manager every time I take a break to express milk? Can I sue for wrongful termination and gender discrimination if I was fired today for doing the same thing a male employee did who got no disciplinary action or reprimand? Sometimes employment discrimination cases are straight forward. An evil boss or manager calls a black employee the n-word and fires him. It is clearly based on race/color discrimination. Then there are times when a less qualified man who has been with the company only three months is promoted over a woman with higher levels of training or education

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Best Ohio Employment Lawyer Answer: Can I sue my supervisor directly for sexually harassing me at work? Can I sue both my manager and my company for gender and race discrimination? How can I hold the owner of the company that I work at directly response for calling me the n-word and wrongfully firing me? As regular readers of our employment lawyers’ blog (we appreciate you the best), the primary antiemployment discrimination law in Ohio is R.C. § 4112.02(A) which makes it illegal for an “employer” to harass, or discriminate against an employee based on their race/color, religion, gender/sex, national origin, age, or disability. The federal version is found at Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Just who is an employer? It seems like such a simple question. You might

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Best Wrongful Termination Lawyer Reply: Can the company I work for transfer me in retaliation because I reported my boss for sexual harassment or race discrimination? If I sue my employer for gender discrimination, can they fire me? What should I do if I was fired today because I complained to human resources about religious discrimination? Everyone sees the world from a different perspective. Certainly, our employment law attorneys have seen some discrimination cases that are very clear cut. (See Law: My Boss Called Me Nigger and Monkey. Can I Sue For Employment Discrimination?; Race Discrimination: Using The “N-Word,” Even Once, Can Create A Hostile Work Environment; My Racist Boss Says “Nigger,” “Wetback,” “Wagon Burner,” & “Beaner” All The Time! I Need A

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Best Employment Attorneys Reply: Can my boss fire me for what I post on social media? How can I protect myself from getting fired for something I said online? Can my boss use Facebook and Instagram posts to fire me? We’ve all heard those stories. A friend or an acquaintance makes a remark on Facebook that you disagree with, or think is wrong. Maybe, it was Instagram, Twitter, YouTube or Snapchat. Regardless of the form of the social media, that post goes viral and suddenly there is an onslaught of random internet strangers calling for that person to be fired. I can’t help but think of the video of the teen wearing a Make America Great Again hat standing in front of a Native American chief in a silent but intimidating encounter. Although no one is calling for this high school

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Best Ohio Lawyer For Employment Discrimination Against Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer/Questioning Employees: As an LBTQ person living in Cuyahoga County can I be discriminated against based on my sexual orientation and/or gender identity? Can an employer refuse to hire me based on my sexual orientation and/or gender identity? Can I sue an employer for discriminating against me because I’m transgendered? As any new parent can tell you, it is easy to get greedy with a new baby. The baby rolls over, we, the parents, want the baby to sit up. The baby sits up, we are pushing the baby to crawl. The baby utters a first word, we want the second. The baby table walks; the baby takes a first step, we want more. This is where the term “baby steps” comes from. Given the small

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