Religious Discrimination and Religious Harassment
Labor & Employment Law
Religious Discrimination in Florida – Based on Religion
Sass Law Firm represents employees in religious discrimination cases in both federal and state courts. Federal and state laws protect employees against discrimination based on religion, and require employers to make reasonable accommodation for employees’ religious beliefs. If you need assistance negotiating a reasonable accommodation with your employer, or if you have been denied accommodation, please call Sass Law Firm to schedule a consultation to learn more about your rights and potential remedies.
Similarly, if you have been treated differently than others based upon your religion, including being subjected to a hostile work environment, and are seeking assistance to challenge the religious discrimination, please call Sass Law Firm for a consultation to learn more about your rights and potential remedies. Religious discrimination is against the law.
Religious Harassment and Hostile Work Environment
The federal and state laws against treating employees differently with regard to the terms, conditions and privileges of employment based upon religion also make it illegal to subject an employee to harassment due to their religious beliefs. For example, if you are frequently subjected to derogatory comments regarding your religion by co-workers or supervisors, it could be considered unlawful religious harassment or creating a hostile work environment. If you feel you are being harassed because of your religion, and need assistance with seeking internal remedies and/or legal remedies if the religious harassment does not stop, please call Sass Law Firm to schedule a consultation to learn more about your rights. Religious harassment is against the law.
Additionally, if you are retaliated against for complaining about religious harassment or religious discrimination, please call Sass Law Firm to schedule a consultation to learn more about your rights and potential remedies. Retaliation is against the law.