If You're Facing Ethnicity Discrimination, Contact a Ethnicity Discrimination Lawyer for the Workplace
If you have been discriminated against by an employer based on your ethnicity or ethnic background, contact our team of employment attorneys in Los Angeles at Mann & Elias. Employers are required to honor employee differences with equal treatment. Title VII and the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) prohibit employment discrimination on the basis of an employee’s “national origin” which includes their ancestry, culture, accent, or physical characteristics common to a certain ethnic group. National origin discrimination can also be based on an employee’s marriage to someone of a certain national origin or association with a certain ethnic group. If you believe your employer discriminated against you based on your “national origin,” the birthplace of your ancestors, or the physical, cultural, or linguistic characteristics of the national group you identify with, you may have a case for employment discrimination.
There are many types of national origin discrimination that can occur in a number of ways. Whether you experienced harassment based on the color of your skin, or an employer requires employees to speak English at all times on the job may also amount to national origin discrimination.
If you believe you have fallen victim to national origin discrimination, we are here to help you every step of the way. Contact our team for a free consultation.
What is National Origin Discrimination?
National origin discrimination occurs when an employer treats applicants or employees unfavorable because they may be from a different country, have an accent, or appear from a certain ethnic background.
While national discrimination is against the law, some employees unfortunately do experience it. There are several ways in which one may experience national discrimination, such as offensive or derogatory remarks based on one’s accent, origin, ethnicity, and more. Employees who have experienced such acts in the following scenarios are protected:
- Job assignments
- And any other terms or conditions of employment
To learn more about national discrimination, is is important that you read “What is National Discrimination?” for more information and contact an attorney as soon as possible. Our team at Mann & Elias will be able to help you from start to finish.
Types of Discrimination for National Origin
Los Angeles Ethnic Discrimination Lawyers
The employment law attorneys at Mann and Elias have successfully represented numerous employees in national origin discrimination case, and have the necessary experience, skill and training to represent you in such a claim. Contact them at 323-886-9523 so that they can listen to your story and help you make the decision right for you and your unique employment situation.
What is National Discrimination?
National origin discrimination occurs when an applicant or employee is mistreated because they may be from a different country, have a foreign accent, or appear from a certain ethnic background.
Proving Title VII Discrimination
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discrimination by workplaces against employees and job applicants based on race, ethnicity, religion, sex, and other more. This piece of legislation is often the crux of workplace discrimination suits. To read more about this, click here.
Employment Discrimination Based On Religion, Ethnicity, or Country of Origin
Federal law protects employees from being discriminated against based on their religion, ethnicity, or country of origin. These kinds of discriminatory acts can range from rude comments to wrongful termination. If you are experiencing any sort of unequal treatment due to your religion, you should take your issues up with an HR representative. If that does not lead to any change, then you should reach out to an attorney for discrimination.
What's the Difference Between National Origin and Race?
- Place of birth
- Cultural, linguistic, or physical features
- Association with a national group