Financial Industry Discrimination
What does this type of discrimination entail?
It is not unusual for bank and other financial institution employees to work long hours under challenging conditions, especially in today's economic climate. They may be required to work before or after regular hours and even work at home selling banking products, sometimes without due compensation. On top of this injustice, if they are disabled, over 40 years old or fall into another class of protected worker, they may feel that they are assigned these types of duties more than others or that they are being discriminated against in other ways.
Unfair Labor Practices in the Financial Industry
There are many issues in the financial industry that potentially violate the rights of employees. We have an extensive background in employment discrimination and know that
our experience counts! We represent bank tellers, account reps, personal bankers and other employees who are the victims of discrimination and unfair labor practices. This is a complicated area and one in which we carefully separate the facts to determine if laws were broken in terms of age, gender, disability, race or other protected class of employee in addition to the unfair labor practices. Some of the issues that we can help with include:
Do I need a Los Angeles discrimination lawyer?
We do attempt to settle, mediate and negotiate cases for our clients, but when we have exhausted every other avenue in the your financial industry discrimination suit and it becomes necessary to go to court to safeguard your rights, you can rest assured that we know the law and will aggressively advocate on your behalf. Please get in touch with an experienced employment law attorney at Moody & Warner to schedule a consultation with us. During such a difficult time, the legal firm that you choose will be vital to receiving the best possible outcome to your case and we would like to have the opportunity to determine if we are the firm you need.