sexual orientation discrimination
Discrimination: the treatment, consideration of, or making a distinction against a person based on the group, class, or category to which that person belongs rather than on an individual's merit.
In Oregon, workplace discrimination can occur at any stage of the hiring life cycle, including hiring, promotions, benefits, discipline, firing ("termination"), and wages. Discrimination is illegal in Oregon when it's based on a legally protected characteristic or based on a persona's membership in a protected class, such as your sexual orientation.
Have you been denied a job, treated differently at work, or fired because of your sexual orientation? If so, it's possible you've faced workplace discrimination. Give us a call at 503-568-1078 or fill out the form below; we'll evaluate your situation for free and help you decide if you have a case for compensation.
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