- An employee is fired for acting as a witness in a discrimination
investigation at his/her place of employment.
- A worker is demoted because they complain about their coworkers'
derogatory comments toward women and minorities.
- An employer forbids any of its employees from answering questions
about a discrimination case against the company. If an employee
participates in the investigation, they will be demoted.
- An employee files a charge with the Department of Human Rights, and is terminated, demoted, or otherwise treated adversely as a result.
What To Do
Contact us, do not
wait! You have one year from the time the discrimination happened
to file a charge with our agency.