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Here's What's Considered Discrimination in the Workplace in NH

What types of bad workplace conduct are illegal in New Hampshire?

Discrimination in the workplace comes in many forms. In NH, it could be a hostile work environment, harassment, and/or job discrimination based on gender (including pregnancy), race, color, marital status, age, religion, national origin, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or physical or mental disability. For those who believe they may have faced discrimination at work, NH and federal law offers protection. This video will cover the kind of workplace behavior that is considered job discrimination in NH.

Upton & Hatfield's employment practice includes a team of attorneys experienced in litigating such cases, whether it's negotiating a fair settlement or taking the case to trial. Our employment lawyers are among the most respected and successful advocates in employment law in New Hampshire. We have successfully litigated discrimination cases before the U.S. District Court, all of NH's state superior courts, the First Circuit Court of Appeals, and the NH Supreme Court.

When it comes to those who suffer discrimination or those who are employed in a hostile work environment, NH law was designed to ensure your rights are being protected. If you have questions about a hostile work environment or other job discrimination issues, you can learn more at the Upton & Hatfield website.