Gender discrimination is not just about workplace harassment and the #MeToo movement. It can also include a female employee discovering she is not receiving pay equal to the men at her work who do the same job. Perhaps you faced discrimination because of your pregnancy or during maternity leave. In this video, Upton & Hatfield attorneys talk about women who have been inspired to seek help for workplace harassment and gender discrimination by the #MeToo movement.
Upton & Hatfield has attorneys dedicated to protecting the women in New Hampshire from discrimination and harassment. We have also represented employees in cases involving the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and cases in which employers failed to pay wages due.
The #MeToo movement gained momentum in 2018 after a number of high-profile workplace harassment cases came to light. While many of the women who spoke out were celebrities or worked at powerful companies, not every workplace harassment or gender discrimination case involves people who are well-known. In fact, many women who face harassment feel they have no voice and are scared to come forward. Whether you are concerned about gender discrimination, workplace harassment, or ensuring you earn equal pay, Upton & Hatfield has a team of knowledgeable attorneys who can stand beside you and provide advice and counsel as you fight your case.
If you have questions about a possible gender discrimination lawsuit, please contact us today.