Race discrimination is the unfavorable treatment of an applicant or employee because he/she is of a certain race or because of personal characteristics associated with race (such as hair texture, skin color, or certain facial features). An employer can also be guilty of racial discrimination when it adopts policies which seem neutral but end up disproportionately affecting members of a specific race.
To help prove your case, it is important you document the discrimination (i.e save emails, memos, text messages, etc) and that you follow the reporting system within your company to report the illegal conduct. Of course there will be times when this is not possible, but remember the more evidence you have, the more it will help your case!
All racial discrimination complaints need to first be filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), which decides whether they will investigate your case or give you a “right-to-sue” which allows you to bring an independent claim in court. Employee Justice Legal group is well versed in handling all filings with the EEOC and are equipped to handle all independent lawsuits filed in court.
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