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Gender Discrimination Lawyers in Dallas

Gender discrimination, which is also known as sex discrimination, is the act of treating an employee or applicant unfavorably because of his or her sex. Despite the fact that gender discrimination is illegal, it is still a very common occurrence in the workplace. Both men and women can be a victim of gender discrimination.

A supervisor who refuses to hire female workers because he believes that women do not have a place in the work place has discriminated against employees because of their sex. A employer who refuses to hire male nurses because he believes that men should not be nurses is another example of gender discrimination. Below are some additional examples of gender discrimination:

• Rewarding men for aggressive behavior but punishing women for exhibiting the same type of behavior

• Paying men more than women, even if the women are equally qualified and performing the exact same job.

• Promoting stereotypes about how about how men and women should act, dress and behave while they are at work.

Transgender people can also be treated unfairly solely because of their sex. This is known as genders identity discrimination.

Gender Discrimination Harassment

It is unlawful to harass people because of their gender. This harassment can include things such as unwelcome sexual advances, request for sexual favors and any other physical or verbal harassment of a sexual nature.

It is important to note that gender discrimination harassment is not always of a sexual nature. A person has been a victim of gender discrimination harassment if he or she has received derogatory comments about his or her gender. For example, a person can harass a woman by making demeaning comments about women in gender.

Offhand comments and simple teasing are not against the law. However, harassment is illegal when it becomes severe and frequent. It is also illegal if it causes tension in the work environment. In many cases, constant harassment has caused victims to be fired or demoted.

What To Do If You Have Been a Victim of Gender Discrimination Or Harassment

If you have been a victim of gender discrimination or harassment, then you should contact a Dallas personal injury attorney who has been trained to handle discrimination cases. You may be entitled to compensation.



 

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