Workplace Discrimination

The employment discrimination team at Adams Law Office in Tulsa, OK represents employees involving claims of employment discrimination based on age, race, religion, national origin, sex and/or disability.  We are committed to protecting the livelihood of individuals who face discrimination in the workplace, including sexual harassment, racial discrimination and those who have been denied reasonable accommodations. We will work diligently to ensure equal rights for all in any place of employment.

 The Law in Oklahoma is clear: The Workplace is ​no place ​ for discrimination
 
State and federal laws in accordance with Title VII make it illegal for employers to discriminate in various aspects of employment, including:
 
● Compensation, job assignment, or classification of employees
● All elements of hiring and firing
● Discipline
● Transfer, promotion or layoff
● Job advertisements
● Recruitment
● Training and apprenticeship programs
● Fringe benefits
● Pay, retirement plans or disability leave
● Other terms and conditions of employment
 
Other types of employment discrimination can also include: 
● Harassment ​ on the basis of race, religion, age, gender or gender identity, disability and/or national origin
● Retaliating ​ ​against an individual for filing a discrimination complaint or for participating in a hearing or an investigation, or opposing discriminatory practices in the workplace
● Denying employment opportunities ​ to a person because of relation to, or having associations with, another individual of a particular race, religion, national origin or an individual with a disability
● Asking prohibited pre-employment questions ​ , such as whether you are pregnant or have a disability

Determining whether you have a claim for employment discrimination can feel confusing or complicated.  There is a limited window of time available in which to file your claim even if it is valid.  With an experienced employment discrimination lawyer on your team, there is no need to feel overwhelmed or to worry about protocol of navigating the court systems. We know the law, understand the workings of the legal system and are passionate about getting results for our clients. 
 
You can read more about your rights and legal protections in the workplace at https://www.eeoc.gov/eeoc/

 When your rights are violated, victims of employment discrimination are entitled to redress and compensation. If you, or someone you know, are the victim of employment discrimination, please ​contac​t Adams Law Office ​today at 918-855-8700.