Standing Up For Victims Of Workplace Discrimination
When an employer offers you a job or a promotion — or decides to not offer you a job or promotion — the decision should be based on your qualifications, not on arbitrary personal characteristics that you have little to no control over.
Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, employers are prohibited from discriminatory practices regarding hiring, promotion, termination, types of assignments and pay. They cannot legally consider any of the following about you when making an employment-related decision:
By applying extensive knowledge of state and federal labor and employment laws, Bouchillon Crossan & Colburn redresses the discrimination and levels the employment playing field.
Our employment law attorneys provide experienced guidance and strong advocacy to clients facing discrimination and other unlawful employment practices in Huntington and throughout West Virginia.
If you have been passed over for employment, promotion or other favorable treatment due to a protected characteristic, we can help. If you have been demoted, disciplined, harassed or otherwise mistreated because of who you are, not what you do, we are here to stand up for your rights.