Unfair Hiring Practices Attorney in Honolulu
Racial discrimination in the workplace is illegal but unfortunately, still common. There are state and federal laws that prohibit these actions from taking place and employers must be held responsible for their actions.
At the Law Offices of Scot Stuart Brower in Honolulu, Hawaii, we are committed to protecting our clients’ rights when they have been the victims of race and national origin discrimination. The founding attorney at our firm, Scot Stuart Brower, is committed to taking action against employers who tolerate racial discrimination, commit racial discrimination and do nothing about a hostile work environment that results from discrimination and harassment. Contact us today and schedule a free consultation to learn more about how we handle race and national origin discrimination cases.
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits racial discrimination or any other type of discrimination in the workplace. Under Title VII, discrimination on the basis of national origin, physical characteristics (such as color or features associated with a certain race) and culture are all considered race discrimination.
Unfair treatment in the workplace based upon race can include:
- Racial harassment such as racial slurs, racial jokes or other prejudicial conduct that creates a hostile work environment
- Hiring processes that incorporate racial stereotypes
- Unfair selection of employees for demotion or termination
- Precluding employees from promotion on the basis of race
- Requiring or only allowing employees of certain races to work overtime
- Compensation based on race
- Wrongful termination and other retaliation for those who report racial discrimination
Unfair treatment in the workplace on the basis of race is a type of racial discrimination that is called disparate-treatment. The other type of racial discrimination, disparate-impact discrimination, occurs when a company policy discriminates against or has a significant negative impact on a particular race or protected group. Regardless of the type of discrimination that you have experienced, we can help you understand your rights and options for taking action.
Contact a Racial Discrimination Lawyer in Hawaii Today
Let us help if you have questions about harassment or discrimination based on skin color, race, ancestry or national origin. To schedule a free initial consultation with a knowledgeable discrimination and employee rights attorney, please contact us online or call our office at 808-522-0053.