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Best Ohio Religious Discrimination Attorney Answers: Can I sue if my co-workers harass me about my religion and call me a terrorist because I’m Muslim? My supervisor tells me I cannot wear my Muslim religious attire; what can I do? I was fired today because I’m Jewish; do I need a lawyer? When someone talks about discrimination it is usually about discrimination based on traits, such as race/color, gender/sex, national origin, and age. These are traits that a person cannot really change about themselves. These traits are also highly visible. For some reason lines often get blurred when it comes to religious discrimination. This is because unlike race, color, national origin, birth gender or age, religion is not necessarily a trait that an individual is born with, and it is trait

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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 Discrimination Attorney Reply: Can I secretly record conversations I have with supervisors as evidence of his discrimination and harassment? How do I gather evidence of sexual harassment by my supervisor at work? Can I be fired for secretly recording conversations at work? Sometimes, we see the writing on the wall. My mother always taught me to trust my gut instinct, because it’s usually right. She told me that people don’t always tell you how they feel about you, but they’ll usually show you—pay attention to what your gut tells you. She’s right. Sometimes, employees get a feeling that they are going to be fired before they are actually terminated. Or maybe your boss is making comments over and over again that you know would be race/color, religion,

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Best Age Discrimination Lawyers Reply: What Can I Do I Was Fired Because Of My Age, But I’m Under 40 Years Old? Can I sue if a company will not even interview older candidates for an open position? Can a company refuse to hire me because I have too much experience – which is code for saying I’m too old?  There are those things in life that pop up that just let you know how old you are. This week, I was talking with a bunch of younger attorneys and made a Captain Caveman reference. None of the lawyers got the reference to the late 1970s, early 1980s Hanna Barbara cartoon. It made me understand the age gap – like having to explain needing to rewind a videotape before returning the movie to blockbuster, or the sound that dial up makes while waiting to connect to the internet

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Best Ohio Wrongful Termination Lawyer Reply: I’m a manager, can I be fired in retaliation for reporting someone else getting sexually harassed at work? What if I get fired because I reported sexual harassment? I followed protocol and “reported up the chain of command” and now I don’t have a job; can I sue for wrongful termination or retaliation? As a well-respected employment law attorney, I would like to consider myself an informed citizen. I like to read the news every day to stay informed. Sometimes I like what I read, often, I don’t. But nevertheless, it’s still important to read the news. As an attorney, reading the news is an important part of my job. Our clients count on our lawyers to be ahead of the latest breaking employment laws or developments. Lucky for me,

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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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