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Workplace Discrimination

Workplace Discrimination

Discrimination in the workplace because of a protected characteristic is illegal under federal and state law.

An employer cannot refuse to hire a person or take adverse employment action against an existing employee because of their race, gender, national origin, religion, disability, age, military service, family status, and other protected characteristic.

Employees can experience discrimination from their supervisor, colleagues, or clients. Sometimes it will involve overt acts or comments. Other times, workers may experience issues such as being paid less than their peers, being passed over for promotions or raises, not getting desirable assignments, or other forms of subtle discrimination.

The Mark Law Firm represents clients throughout the state of New Jersey in many claims covered under the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination, such as

 The Mark Law Firm handles complex employment law matters throughout the State of New Jersey. Since 2006, our trial team has advocated for employee rights. We are here to assist you every step of the way.

Stop allowing your boss to bully you, stop being a victim, and speak to a lawyer at The Mark Law Firm who will stand up for you and fight for your rights.