Racial Discrimination Is Unacceptable
Massachusetts and federal laws prohibit discrimination in employment based on an employee’s race, color or national origin. An employer may not subject an employee to an adverse employment action based on any of these three factors.
Discrimination in employment based on race can take many difference forms. For example, an employee may be subject to race based discrimination in employment when they are treated differently than employees of a different race; i.e. a disparate treatment claim, or an employee may be subject to racial discrimination in employment when they are forced to work in an environment pervaded by race based harassment or abuse.
The U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts rules that employer’s suggestions of retirement to employee and reallocation of responsibilities to younger employee warrants
Women face many different struggles during pregnancy including discriminatory practices by their current and future employers. Refusing to be hired by an employer may be