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It is illegal to discriminate against an employee in the terms and conditions
of employment because of that employee's sex. Sex discrimination in
employment appears in a variety of forms, such as unequal pay for equal
work, failure to promote or refusal to hire based on an employee's sex.
Sexual harassment and discrimination based on pregnancy are also forms of sex discrimination.
Employment decisions based on assumptions about employees' gender
roles and/or family caregiver responsibilities outside of work can also
constitute sex discrimination.
State and federal law have different deadlines for filing a timely claim
of discrimination. If you believe you are experiencing racial discrimination
at work, contact an attorney at Frank Freed Subit & Thomas for an
assessment of your rights and remedies.