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Former McDonald's workers allege race discrimination

Discrimination in the workplace is taken very seriously by the law and by most employers. It may be difficult to prove race discrimination in the workplace. However, if a group of employees or former employees in Colorado all come forward with similar allegations, it may be easier to document a race discrimination law suit. The well-known fast food chain, McDonald's, is currently in the midst of a discrimination suit initiated by 10 former employees.

Employment discrimination can be more complicated than expected

When an employee feels unfairly treated or discriminated against in some way, he or she may have that gut feeling as to why he or she is being treated unfairly or differently compared to other employees. However, simply having a feeling of being the victim of employment discrimination isn't enough to take legal action. In order to pursue a case of employment discrimination against a Colorado employer, you must be part of a legally protected class.

Saks store defends against employment discrimination claim

A discrimination claim of any sort can be complicated and involve situations that may be murky and not as cut and dry as other similar cases may be. One recent case of alleged employment discrimination is gaining notoriety due to the fact that an ex-employee of the well-known department store Saks & Co. is suing for discrimination based on her transgender status. In Colorado, any employee who feels they have been targeted under any scope of discrimination may be interested in following the case.

Man files employment discrimination suit against health clinic

Discrimination can encompass a number of behaviors and actions. Anyone in Colorado who feels that he or she has suffered changes to his or her employment or has been let go from a position based on employment discrimination may be interested in a recent case involving a man who has filed suit against a health clinic. The man claims that he was transferred and replaced because of his race.

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