Sex discrimination may occur when an employer treats an employee differently on the basis of their gender in a way that affects their employment. Sex discrimination can include refusal to hire, refusal to promote, or termination on the basis of gender. If an employer treats an employee differently because of their gender, by refusing to hire, refusing to promote, or terminating employment, the employer may have violated Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act and/or the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination.
Bell & Bell LLP attorneys have successfully handled hundreds of workplace discrimination and harassment cases, many of which included claims of sex discrimination.
Determining whether to pursue a legal claim is an important decision. You should be aware of your rights and prepared to take action if your rights are violated. Bell & Bell LLP offers free initial consultations, and we will take the time necessary to understand your situation and concerns.
If you are concerned that you have been discriminated against on the basis of your sex, you should seek immediate legal advice. For a consultation with a lawyer at Bell & Bell LLP regarding sex discrimination, call 215.569.2500 or contact us online.