You Deserve Equal Treatment Regardless Of Your Gender
While our society has made some progress over the past couple decades in regard to sex and gender equality, there is unfortunately still widespread sex and gender discrimination in the workplace. Workers in California have extensive rights and protections regarding sex and gender discrimination, but you may not know your rights, and employers may provide false reasons for their actions to circumvent the law.
Berenji Law Firm, A Professional Corporation, has an extensive history of championing workers throughout the Los Angeles region. There are a variety of ways employers can discriminate based on your sex or gender identity, including:
- Refusal to hire
- Wrongful termination
- Denial of a promotion
- Lower wages or salary
- Sexual harassment
- Worse job assignments
- Failure to properly train for the job
- Discrepancy in fringe benefits
Our attorneys will thoroughly investigate your employer, your workplace and your specific incident — gathering the evidence necessary to determine whether or not you have a sex or gender discrimination claim. We then fight relentlessly to uphold your rights and ensure you are treated fairly and equally under the law.
Your Sex Or Gender Identity Should Not Impact Your Employment
We still have a long way to go until we have true sex and gender equality. In the meantime, our law firm is committed to standing up for all workers in the fight for a fair and safe workplace. Your sex or gender identity should have no bearing on your employment status, pay, benefits or opportunity for growth in a company, and our goal is to ensure it doesn’t.
Don’t think you can afford an employment lawyer? There is no risk to get started with our firm — we offer free initial consultations, and don’t charge you any attorney’s fees unless we successfully secure you compensation in your case. Even then, our fees are a percentage of your settlement or judgment, so you know we will be fighting for every last penny.
Call 888-900-2573 or 310-747-5097 today to schedule your appointment, or reach out online to get started. It’s time to stand up for your rights, and we’re here to help.