All California businesses have a responsibility to treat their employees (and potential employees) in a fair and ethical manner. This includes avoiding any practices or policies that discriminate based on certain legally protected characteristics. Employment discrimination is a serious matter. A lawsuit–or even an allegation–can do serious damage to your business. That is why every employer needs to take affirmative steps to comply with federal and state anti-discrimination laws across the board.
The experienced legal team at Valiant Law can help you identify and address discrimination issues affecting your business. In addition to litigating discrimination cases, we also work with our clients to develop innovative, creative solutions designed to prevent problems before they end up in court. Fighting employment discrimination requires constant vigilance, as the laws evolve to meet changing social conditions. Your business must learn how to adapt.
Employment discrimination takes many forms. Some of the more prominent areas of discrimination law that Valiant Law advises clients about include:
Dealing with workplace discrimination is not simply a matter of hiring an attorney after you have already been sued. It requires a comprehensive approach that includes training supervisors and employees as to what constitutes illegal discrimination. Your business also needs to have procedures in place for receiving and handling discrimination complaints in a forthright manner. Indeed, many businesses get into legal trouble not because of the initial allegation of discrimination–but because they did not know how to properly investigate and remedy the situation.
Valiant Law can protect your business and your employees from such outcomes. Call us today at (909) 677-2270 or contact us online to schedule an initial consultation.
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