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Colorado employment discrimination: Religious beliefs

This country was founded by those who left their homelands in order to have religious freedom. It is a right that everyone should have the ability to enjoy. Unfortunately, some Colorado residents may find that they are the victims of employment discrimination because of their religious beliefs. This can make finding jobs or going to work every day a nightmare.

Man sues employer, claiming his job status was misclassified

In Colorado and elsewhere, how one's job status is classified can make a big impact on one's pay and ability to receive benefits. Recently, a man in another state has filed a class action lawsuit against his employer, United Van Lines, claiming that his employment status was misclassified. By having him listed as an independent contractor instead of a full-time employee, his income allegedly suffered and he had to cover many job-related expenses out of pocket.

When is a termination a wrongful termination?

Firing employees is one of the downsides of being an employer; however, when a situation calls for it, it has to be done. For an employee, being fired can come as a devastating blow, especially if the reason behind it just does not seem above board. Those in Colorado who have lost their jobs have every right to question if they are victims of wrongful termination.

Victims of national origin discrimination may have legal recourse

Many people leave their home countries to come to America for permanent or temporary job opportunities. They do this to better their personal and familial situations. Unfortunately, some who have made Colorado their home find that national origin discrimination is sometimes an issue. What can they do if it is and can they seek compensation for any losses they have experienced as a result?

When wrongful termination results from filing for worker's comp

A man in another state has filed legal actions against his former employer, claiming that he was released from his position after filing a workers' compensation claim. Whether one resides in Colorado or elsewhere, it is illegal for an employer to fire someone simply for filing a work comp claim. If this individual can prove his wrongful termination case in court, he could receive a monetary judgment in his favor.

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