Religious discrimination is upsetting to the victim’s personal beliefs, morals and ethical standing which is why the Los Angeles attorneys at David Yeremian & Associates, Inc. are determined to hold employers responsible for committing this crime.

When the harmony and diversification of our community is distressed by religious discrimination in the workplace it is not only disconcerting, it is illegal. As freedom to practice varying religions ranks at the top of our beliefs as individuals, it is our duty as lawyers to ensure that employers uphold religious tolerance in the workplace. Religious discrimination is against the law, and if you or someone you know have been harassed or persecuted for your religious beliefs in the workplace we want to help you with your case.

Our attorneys provide free consultations to anyone who feels they have been a victim of religious discrimination. We are committed to ensuring each Los Angeles employee is able to feel safe and comfortable in their religious beliefs throughout the duration of their employment. When this right is violated, employment laws are broken and the employer should be held responsible. Our firm will handle your case with personal attention, while making sure you receive the financial compensation you deserve.

What is Religious Discrimination?

In the United States, religious discrimination is defined as treating anyone, an applicant or employee, unfavorably because of their religious beliefs. It is also is a violation to treat anyone unfavorably because of their affiliation with someone of a certain religion, whether it is their spouse, significant other, friend or family member.

Organized religions including Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Islam are not the only religious beliefs that are affected by religious discrimination. Those who have sincere ethical, moral or religious beliefs can also be the victims of discrimination, and in either case is a serious violation of the law.

The law itself forbids any discrimination in employment including:

  • Benefits
  • Firing
  • Hiring
  • Job Assignments
  • Layoffs
  • Pay
  • Promotions
  • Training

 

Religious discrimination can also come in the form of harassment from a coworker, direct supervisor, separate department supervisor or even a client or vendor of the company in question. In addition, employers are required by law to supply reasonable accommodations for the observation of religious beliefs, dress and grooming practices as dictated by differing religions. When they do not, it is a violation of the law, and should be examined as such within court.

If you feel that an employer has violated your rights, or that you are the victim of religious discrimination that resulted in a demotion, release or improper treatment, contact our attorneys today to discuss your case.

Representing Compassion & Cultural Tolerance in Los Angeles

It would be unreasonable to expect each Los Angeles resident to practice the same religion. In fact, who would want us to? Our attorneys believe that the difference in our cultures and religious beliefs is what makes us a community. When that ideology is violated in the form of religious discrimination, we take those charges very seriously and will not stop working until your case his settled adequately.

Religious beliefs are important in the community. It is our duty as individuals and lawyers to ensure that your religious beliefs are upheld with dignity, respect and integrity in the workplace. Our experienced attorneys will deliver a strategic and steadfast stance against the offending employer until you receive the compensation you deserve.

Suffering from Religious Discrimination? We Can Help!

If you or someone you know feels as if they are being persecuted for their religious beliefs in the workplace, it is important to partner with an experienced and compassionate group of attorneys who can help defend your right to unbiased employment.

Contact one of our dedicated Los Angeles lawyers today at 818-230-8380 to discuss the insensitivity you are experiencing, so we can hold the offending employer responsible immediately.