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Gender Discrimination

In Minnesota it is illegal for your employer to treat you differently because of your gender or sex. If you think that your employer is targeting you or singling you out because of your gender, they may be engaging in illegal gender discrimination.

  • Is your boss or employer giving you more work than your male colleagues?
  • Is your boss or employer treating you differently because you are pregnant?
  • Are you excluded from meetings, trainings, or other business opportunities because of your gender?
  • Do you work harder than your male colleagues but receive less pay?
  • Does your boss or supervisor apply gender stereotypes to you, stating that you are not “aggressive enough” or “tough enough” for the job?

If you have answered yes to any of the above questions or have noticed that you are treated differently than your male colleagues and co-workers, you may be the victim of gender discrimination.

Sex Discrimination Law in Minnesota

The Minnesota Human Rights Act ( MHRA ), Title VII, and the Equal Pay Act of 1963 (EPA) all prevent sex discrimination in the workplace. There are also provisions within state and federal law which protect employees who report sex discrimination and gender discrimination in the workplace and who are retaliated against.

Kuhlman Law Protects Employees who have experienced sex discrimination

If you have been treated differently because of your sex or gender by your Minnesota employer, contact Kuhlman Law, immediately. There are statutes of limitations which apply to your claims and if they are not met can bar you from later pursuing a claim. Our initial consultation is free and if we accept your case, we can do so on a contingency fee basis.

Victims of Gender Discrimination in Minnesota may be entitled to Monetary Compensation

Depending on the facts of your case, you may be entitled to back pay, front pay, a pay differential, emotional harm damages, and punitive damages to punish your employer for its illegal conduct in discriminating against you because of your sex or gender.

To learn more and schedule a free consultation with a Minneapolis Minnesota Employee Rights Lawyer, call (612) 349-2747.

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