Oceanside Discrimination Attorneys
For an employer, discrimination claims can be one of the most damaging allegations raised against a company. Because the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has strict rules against discriminatory practices that threaten fair treatment of employees, discrimination claims can be detrimental to a company’s success. Very few people wish to work with—or work for—an employer with a history of discriminatory behavior.
There are a variety of ways to protect your company against discrimination lawsuits and minimize the risk of a discrimination claim. Steadfast policies that emphasize “zero tolerance” behaviors of violence or hostility towards single groups, along with open-door policies that allow workers a safe space to have their complaints heard, can help reduce the chances of a discrimination allegation. The proficient discrimination attorneys at Law Offices of Yvonne M. Fraser can provide extensive guidance on how to turn conflict into amicable resolution and protect employers against claims of discrimination.
Types of Discrimination
Allegations of discriminatory behavior can be levied in a variety of circumstances, including employee termination, promotion, and hiring. The best way to minimize the likelihood of a discrimination claim is through the employment of preventative measures. Employers who devote time to eradicating perceived and actual discrimination by management and fellow employees will better protect their interests and workers in the future. The following groups are those against which discrimination is prohibited by the EEOC:
- Genetic Information
- National Origin
Against these groups, these are the types of discrimination that is prohibited:
- Sexual Harassment
- Denial of Equal Pay/Compensation
Anticipating workplace conflict and strictly enforcing comprehensive policies that detail how to address discrimination claims can help protect the employer from baseless allegations, as well as the employee from feeling unlawfully singled out or unfairly treated.
Contact a Discrimination Attorney in Oceanside
If claims of discriminatory behavior have been raised against you or your company, consulting with a well-versed employment law attorney in Oceanside can help you protect your interests and provide guidance on how to peacefully mediate the issue and move forward. Don’t hesitate to contact the legal team at Law Offices of Yvonne M. Fraser by calling (760) 512-1172 for more information.