Employment discrimination refers to employer harmful treatment of an employee because of that employee's race, ethnicity, nationality, religion, gender, or other reason. Or, harmful treatment was experienced due to retaliation because of a of whistleblower act taken by the employee. Or, an employee was treated adversely in contrast to how that employee should be treated under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) or the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA). 

In many ways, there is nothing more demoralizing​ and upsetting than to be treated unfairly, harshly, or disrespectfully by your employer in your place of work. Challenges related directly to your job, alone, are challenging enough as you discharge your duties for your employer. When your employer increases those challenges by allowing you, sometimes forcing you, to experience detrimental treatment because of a trivial classification that you have in relation to your employment (i.e. your gender), such a negative experience can be downright unbearable. 

​The Bozeman Law Firm can enforce your rights against your employer, even if that treatment stems from a supervisor, another workplace actor, or any other agent of your employer.

Employment Discrimination