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Have you been treated unfairly or discriminated against at work in Michigan? We understand that employment rights violations can be emotionally and financially devastating, making you feel powerless, alone, and unsure of where to turn next for help. You don’t have to go through this alone.

Finding a team of experienced employment attorneys in Michigan passionate about helping Michigan employees and people like you starts with us. Don’t let your employer get away with unfair treatment in any situation.


Know Your Employment Rights in Michigan

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What Is Title VII?

Our attorneys are thoroughly versed in the Civil Rights Act and how it pertains to Michigan employees and potential employment discrimination. Our employment legal team is highly skilled in filing effective claims on our client’s behalf. Title VII is the name of the federal law that prohibits employers from discriminating against employees based on any of the following items:

  • Race
  • Color
  • Religion
  • Gender
  • National Origin

In addition to these provisions, Michigan’s Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act makes it illegal for employers to discriminate against employees due to age, weight, height, marital status, or arrest record.

Am I protected under Michigan’s employment law?

Yes. Together, these two laws help to protect employees from a variety of victimizing actions in the workplace such as:

  • Not making reasonable accommodations for employees desiring to observe a religious holiday, dress in religious attire, or participate in religious practices.
  • Firing or retaliating against workers because they have filed discriminatory claims or complained about mistreatment related to discrimination.
  • Basing decisions and actions towards an employee based on the race or national origin of their spouse or friends.
  • Dividing workers or assigning them based on their race or skin color

Despite the immense social progress made in the United States, employment discrimination based on sex, race, religion, and national origin is still common within companies.

Employees who feel that they have become victims of racial and religious discrimination or that they were treated unfairly because of their sex or national origin should immediately seek the services of an employment discrimination attorney in Royal Oak, MI. The attorneys at Just Right Law are devoted to helping individuals learn more about the rights they have and the resources available to them should they decide to take action against their employers.

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