Sexual Preference Discrimination
Employers are not permitted to treat employees differently because they are (or are believed to be) gay, lesbian, bi-sexual or transgendered. One’s sexual orientation is simply not relevant in the workplace. Sexual orientation discrimination can be subtle. Comments about a worker’s mannerisms or expectations that a worker should conform to a particular male or female stereotype may be evidence of sexual orientation discrimination. Employers cannot create or condone comments or acts that create a work environment that is offensive to people based on their sexual orientation.
If you or a family member think that you have been discriminated against based on your sexual orientation, call KJC Law Firm for a free consultation. We will tell you whether you have a case and help you get compensation for your loss. The employment discrimination lawyers at KJC Law Firm have more than 60 years of experience litigating major cases. KJC Law Firm represents injured people from communities all across Massachusetts, including the Greater Boston area, Cambridge, Metrowest, Cape Cod, Fall River, Lowell, Worcester and Springfield.