Minneapolis Employment Discrimination Lawyers

Federal and state laws protect workers from unlawful discrimination in employment. Workers must be provided with a non-hostile work environment and must not be treated unfairly with regard to hiring and firing decisions.

Unfortunately, not every employer complies with state and federal employment laws. In Minnesota, employees may face discrimination on the basis of:

  • Age
  • Disability
  • Genetic information
  • National origin
  • Pregnancy
  • Race/color
  • Religion
  • Sex, including gender and sexual orientation (gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender).

Do you feel like you've been treated differently than other employees based on one of these factors? If you think you are being treated differently and unfairly, you may have an employment discrimination claim. You may be protected by the provisions of the Minnesota Human Rights Act, the Age Discrimination and Employment Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 or the Americans With Disabilities Act. The best way to find out your rights under these laws is to speak with the attorneys at Chrastil and Steinberg, P.L.L.P.

Sexual Harassment

At Chrastil and Steinberg, P.L.L.P., we have represented many women who have faced sexual harassment in the workplace. The sexual harassment may consist of unwanted comments, touching, or even assault. Our clients have been subjected to unfair performance reviews, discipline, objectionable work assignments and even discharge because they objected to or resisted sexual harassment, or by unsavory employers to coerce them to submit to unwanted sexual conduct.

Men may be victimized by sexual harassment as well, and others may face sexual harassment due to their sexual identity.

If you have faced sexual harassment in your workplace, you do not have to submit to it. The law protects you. The first step to protecting your rights is to speak confidentially about work harassment with an attorney at Chrastil and Steinberg P.L.L.P.

Contact Our Minneapolis/St. Paul Attorneys for Work Harassment and Discrimination in Employment Claims

You do not have to accept sexual harassment and unlawful discrimination at your workplace. The law protects you. Please call us if you would like a free initial telephone consultation with an experienced employment lawyer. Contact Chrastil and Steinberg, P.L.L.P., at 612-412-4976 or toll free at 800-710-1789.