Missouri and federal law protects employees from employment discrimination in the workplace. Workers are protected against discrimination when being hired, fired, promoted or being mistreated as a result of their racegender, national origin, sexual orientationreligion, disability, whether you are a pregnant woman, and whether you have been injured on the job.

We can help you by filing a complaint at EEOC or the Missouri Commission on Human Rights, and by suing the employer in court, upon the issuance of a Right to Sue Letter.

In order to prevent people from being discriminated against in the workplace the federal government passed Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which makes it illegal for employers to engage in employment discrimination because of an employee’s:

  • Race
  • Color
  • Gender
  • National origin
  • Ethnic identity
  • Religion

Contact an experienced National Origin Discrimination Attorney to discuss your situation.