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Nations Top One PercentDespite the advancement of equal rights for all, gender discrimination in the workplace continues to be a significant issue. Gender or sex discrimination on the job occurs whenever a person is treated differently on the account of their gender and may have an impact on anything related to employment, whether it’s during the hiring process or when promotions occur. Furthermore, sexual harassment is considered a form of gender discrimination that is prohibited under federal law.

If you have been subjected to discrimination or harassment in the workplace based on your gender, our New York gender discrimination attorneys at Nisar Law Group, P.C. can help you fight back. We have succeeded on behalf of employees in numerous cases involving discrimination, including gender discrimination. Let us help you prepare for your case and protect your rights.

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Experienced gender discrimination in the workplace? Contact Nisar Law Group, P.C. today at (646) 760-6493 to learn how we can be of service.

What Constitutes Gender Discrimination?

In order to have a case for gender discrimination in the workplace, the issue at hand must involve different treatment that negatively affects the terms or conditions of employment. This includes things such as employment status, job position, work duties, work schedule, pay rate or salary, and advancement and training opportunities.

A derivative of sex discrimination is sexual harassment. All genders have the right to a safe working environment and are able to perform their jobs free of unwanted demands for romantic or sexual relationships, or unwanted behaviors and communications of a sexual nature that interview with their ability to do their work.

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 offers protections against gender discrimination in employment. Employers are not allowed “to fail or refuse to hire or to discharge any individual, or otherwise to discriminate against any individual with respect to his [or her] compensation, terms, or privileges of employment, because of such individual…sex” and “to limit, segregate, or classify employees or applicants for employment in any way which would deprive or tend to deprive any individual of employment opportunities or otherwise affect [the individual's] status as an employee, because of such individual'….” Additionally, Title VII protects individuals from gender discrimination in apprenticeship and on-the-job programs, retaliation for opposing a discriminatory employment practice, and sexually laced advertisements for job positions.


What Are The Effects of Gender Discrimination?

There are many adverse effects of gender discrimination in the workplace. Not only can it cause a negative affect on the mental health of the individuals that suffer, it can also affect other members of the workplace.

Some negative effects of gender discrimination include:

  • Stress
  • A low company morale
  • Decreased productivity
  • An increase in employee turnover
  • Loss of job satisfaction

If you have suffered gender discrimination in the workplace, it is important to remember that you have legal options. Don’t hesitate to get the legal counsel you deserve to receive justice from the negative affects you have endured.

New York City's Victims of Gender-Motivated Violence Protection

Acts of gender discrimination in the workplace might impact not only a person’s employment, but also their physical, emotional, and psychological well-being. Under local ordinances, victims of gender-motivated conduct that places them at risk of injury are entitled to take civil action against the responsible party.

The NYC Victims of Gender-Motivated Violence Protection law provides that, regardless of whether or not an act resulted in criminal charges or a conviction, the person harmed may seek legal remedies for injuries they sustained.

Relief under this protection may include, but is not limited to:

  • Compensatory and punitive damages;
  • Injunctive and declaratory relief;
  • Attorneys’ fees

If you were a victim of a gender-motivated crime of violence in the workplace, speak with our New York attorneys at Nisar Law Group, P.C. We’ll provide an honest assessment of your case and discuss your legal options for holding your employer accountable.


Let Our New York Gender Discrimination Attorney Fight for You!

While our society has come a long way over the past several decades, we still have a long way to go. No matter what gender you are, the fact remains that gender discrimination continues to occur in the workplace. Our New York gender discrimination attorneys have the experience, skill, and commitment to provide you with the legal counsel and guidance you need to get the justice you deserve.

If you have experienced gender discrimination, contact us at (646) 760-6493 to schedule a consultation with our legal team.

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