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Religious Discrimination

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Your religious beliefs should not matter in the workplace. Our country was founded upon the principle of religious freedom hundreds of years ago, and you should not face persecution for practicing a particular religion (or no religion at all).

Unfortunately, some employees experience hostility and discrimination in the workplace for their personal religious beliefs – or lack thereof. Other times, they might not even get a job at a particular business because the company discriminates against believers of a particular religion.

That’s not right. That’s why our legal team takes such a tough stance against workplace discrimination on the basis of religion. We believe that everyone should have the freedom to hold their own beliefs and practice their choice of religion without persecution. That’s why our West Virginia attorneys at Klie Law Offices want to meet with you.

Forms of discrimination

Individuals or members of a particular religious group sometimes face discrimination in the workplace. Common forms of discrimination include:

  • Refusing to hire someone on the basis of their religious beliefs.
  • Poor performance review without cause
  • Failing to promote
  • Wrongful termination
  • Verbal threats
  • Physical assault

The Civil Rights Act of 1964 clearly states that employers cannot discriminate against anyone on the basis of religion. If you or a loved one has experienced religious discrimination at work, contact our law firm and schedule a free case evaluation.

Rely on us

We believe strongly in defending the rights of people who face discrimination at work on the basis of their religious beliefs. As your legal advocate, we can explain all the options available to you. That way, you can make an informed decision about what you want us to do for you.

You have many options to choose from in many cases. Sometimes, you may want us to deal directly with your employer on your behalf. Other times, filing a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) may be the best solution. We can also help you file a lawsuit against your employer if choose to do so.

You have rights. We can defend them. Find out how we can help you. Schedule a free case evaluation with our West Virginia law firm today.

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