Religious Discrimination

Discrimination on the basis of religious beliefs has no place in the workplace and is illegal under state law, federal law and the Constitution. Generally, an employer cannot discriminate against an employee based on his or her religious beliefs in the terms and conditions of employment. This includes the hiring process, promotions, hours and vacation time. Most religious discrimination in the workplace involves an employer that refuses to provide reasonable accommodations for an employee's religious beliefs — for example, scheduling that allows an employee to observe a particular religious holiday.

Fighting To End Workplace Discrimination Based On Religion

If you have been discriminated at work due to your religious beliefs or your employer refuses to provide reasonable accommodations, you may have cause for legal action. At Carlin & Buchsbaum, LLP, based in Long Beach, we have represented thousands of Southern California employees in our decades-long fight against workplace discrimination. Those clients have received awards and settlements totaling over $100 million in present value.

We also represent employees who have stood up against their employer after witnessing religious discrimination and were retaliated against. If this sounds similar to your situation, you also may have reason for legal recourse.

Our attorneys will sit down with you and discuss your particular case. We will examine all records and evidence to help you determine if your case has merit. If it does, we will take up the fight for you, conducting an intensive investigation and aggressively litigating claims on your behalf.

Contact Our Los Angeles Religious Discrimination Lawyers — Free Consultation

Contact our experienced lawyers for a free, confidential consultation. We handle discrimination cases on a contingency fee basis, which means you will not pay any legal fees unless you win your case.

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