Stand Up Against Workplace Discrimination
While many forms of discrimination are against the law, unfortunately, it still often occurs in Hawaii’s workplaces. When discrimination takes place in the workplace, you can feel powerless to stop it. Thankfully, with the help of an experienced employment law attorney, you can send a message that makes it clear that discrimination is not acceptable.
My name is Rod Bridgers, and I am a Hawaii attorney who has spent more than 38 years helping clients put an end to workplace discrimination. I do not tolerate discrimination in any form in my workplace, and neither should you.
In order to help combat discrimination against employees, the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discrimination against workers due to their:
- Nation of origin
If a colleague or employer should discriminate against you based on any of these features, seek help from an employment law attorney.
Protect Your Rights
As an employee, you have the right to stand up against workplace discrimination. I can help you prove your claim that you were the victim of workplace discrimination by assembling supporting evidence and witness testimonials of the behavior.
In the decades that I have been representing clients in workplace issues, I have come to understand that every client has a unique situation, and it is my duty to understand your individual needs before building a custom-tailored strategy to help you.
I am ready to exercise my skills in negotiation to settle this matter out of court. Still, if negotiations fail to provide the outcome you deserve, I will fight for your best interests in court.
Let Me Fight For You
No one should ever have to worry about suffering from discrimination in their workplace. If you believe that you are the victim of workplace discrimination, act now to stop the behavior in its tracks.
My office is where Hawaii comes for help. If you are ready to schedule your initial consultation at Law Office of Rod Bridgers, LLLC, call 808-796-5650 or email me here to begin fighting back against discrimination.