Entente Law Stands Up for Workers' Rights

Entente Law has been standing up for employees for nearly a decade. For the laws to protect employees they must be enforced. Our attorneys have extensive experience combating with employment discrimination, including hostile work environment, discrimination, and retaliation. We have stood with employees time and time again and we will continue to fight for those who are treated unfairly.

You Should Not Have to Face Discrimination at Work

Discrimination is wrong and at work it can be illegal. It is our passion to fight with you if you think you've experienced discrimination.

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Our attorneys will provide a free consult to discuss your case at your convenience. Start with a free case review. Entente Law only takes employment discrimination cases on a contingency basis.

It is unlawful for an employer to take adverse action against an employee because of their race, color, religion, sex (including gender identity, sexual orientation, and pregnancy), national origin, age (40 or older), or disability. The law prohibits discrimination in all forms at the workplace. For example, employers discrimination in hiring, promotions, pay, or termination. Employees who experience discrimination have a short time period to make a claim under the law. If you believe you have been discriminated against at work, contact our attorneys who can review your claim free of charge.

Unlawful Harassment occurs when a manager or supervisor engages in unwanted conduct that is either severe or pervasive based on an employees protected status such as race or sex. Harassment may involve a one-time incident that was severe, several more subtle instances of harassment over time, or both.

In employment law a whistleblower is someone who speaks up against conduct that violates public policy, such as conduct that is unlawful. Employees cannot be fired or treated adversely for reporting what they reasonably believe is discrimination and for opposing illegal conduct.

Our laws can be a powerful tool to combat unfair treatment in the workplace. Everyone should have the right to earn a wage without interference or unfair treatment. There are laws that prohibit discrimination based on:

  • race
  • sex
  • gender identity
  • disability
  • gender identity
  • sexual orientation
  • whistleblower status
  • immigration status
  • national origin

Unlawful discrimination occurs when an employer treats on employee objectively and subjectively worse than other employees because of a protected characteristic. Harassment involves repeated unwanted comments or conduct from a manager, supervisor and sometimes a coworker, client, or anyone else in the workplace and is based on the individual's gender, sex, age, race, sexual orientation, disability, pregnancy, or nationality.

The law recognizes that employers infrequently announce their discriminatory motives. Nevertheless, discrimination persists. Discrimination can be subtle or explicit or both. If you believe you have experienced discrimination, we will review your claim for free.

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