What Information Can I Find in the Employee Handbook?
If you believe you are experiencing gender discrimination in the workplace, read your employee handbook if you have one. While it is not, strictly speaking, a contract, courts often hold employers accountable when they violate the terms of their own employee handbook. If your employer failed to discipline discriminatory behavior on the part of your supervisor, if they didn’t handle your complaint according to their own stated policies, or if they ignored behavior their own handbook identifies as unacceptable, they could be financially liable.
For more information regarding how a Cincinnati sexual discrimination lawyer can help you and what needs to be done to protect your rights in an Ohio gender discrimination lawsuit, contact Robert A. Klingler Co., L.P.A. today.