Per federal and California law, your religion shouldn’t be a factor impacting your employment. If you believe you have been mistreated in the workplace due to your religion, schedule a case review with a Glendale religious discrimination attorney at the Law Offices of Eric A. Boyajian. We’ll review the details of your case and explain whether you have grounds to take legal action.
Workplace religious discrimination can take several forms. The following are just a few common examples:
Be aware that an employer doesn’t need to directly participate in active discrimination against an employee to be guilty of workplace religious discrimination. They may also be engaging in discrimination if they simply allow an employee to be subject to harassment at the hands of their coworkers. For example, you may be a victim of workplace religious discrimination if your employer is ignoring the fact that you’ve been the target of:
You don’t need to accept this mistreatment. If you believe you’ve been the victim of discrimination, schedule a meeting at a Glendale religious discrimination law firm. We’ll inform you of your legal options.
Proving that an employer mistreated you on the basis of your religion can be challenging if you attempt to do so on your own. This is at least in part due to the fact that employers will often lie about their reasons for mistreating employees.
For example, perhaps you’ve been fired because of your religious beliefs. It’s unlikely that your boss told you the actual reason for your firing. Instead, they may have covered it up by stating that you were fired due to poor performance.
Proving that the reason they gave for letting you go isn’t the actual reason for the termination requires conducting an investigation, gathering old performance reviews, coordinating with witnesses, etc.
A qualified Glendale religious discrimination attorney can conduct such an investigation on your behalf. They can also assist you by:
At the Law Offices of Eric A. Boyajian, we’re committed to ensuring employers are held accountable when they break the law by engaging in religious discrimination. To learn more about whether you have a case, contact us online or call us at 818-839-5969.