[California Employees are Now Applying for a 100% Free and Discreet Claim Evaluation]

Thousands of California Employees who’ve been harassed or discriminated against at work may finally receive compensation from their employers, but sadly, most of them are unaware of how fast and discreet it is to apply.

According to surveys done by UCLA’s William’s Institute, the Female and LGBT workforce continues to face widespread discrimination in the workplace.  

Approximately 21% of LGBT employees reporting that they have been discriminated against in hiring, promotions and pay.

California law now provides that it is unacceptable that so many women and LGBT people are working in an environment that degrades, demeans, and disrespects them simply for being who they are. While California laws put companies on notice, these same laws provide that employees must hurry to claim the compensation and justice they deserve.

Employees are given only 12 months from the last incident of harassment or discrimination to assert their rights and claim compensation from their employers.

QUICK VERSION:  If you have been harassed or discriminated against at work, you may be entitled to compensation. Applying for a claim evaluation is quick, discreet, and there is absolutely no cost.

Harassment and discrimination at work should not, and cannot, be tolerated. It breeds more wrongdoing and, if left unchecked, it leads to a workplace where too many gay and transgender workers are being judged based on their sexual orientation and gender identity with disregard to their ability to perform in a workplace setting.

Some Employees Fear Retaliation If They Apply For Cash Compensation

Some victims of workplace discrimination fear that they will face disbelief, inaction, blame, or societal and professional retaliation. That could be hostility from supervisors, bad references to future employers, or lack of acceptance from family and friends. Some men understandably fear to lose their ability to make a living if they apply for cash compensation. When this fear takes place the victim is being victimized yet again.

Fortunately, both state and federal laws protect employees more than ever before! By law, your employer or any future employer cannot retaliate against you for complaining about illegal behavior in the workplace. Furthermore, applying for claim evaluation is absolutely discreet and confidential.

When you apply hereyou’re making one step closer to healing and receiving the justice you deserve.

Most Employees Who Have Been Harassed At Work Simply Don’t Know HOW MUCH It May Impact Their Lives and Careers 

A recent study showed that employees who get harassed at work experience greater financial stress two years later. Another study revealed the toll that harassment takes on victims’ career paths, their ambitions and income can last for decades.

The fear of harassment, if not timely conquered, may become a dominant influence of victim’s health and well-being. Not only does it cause emotional distress and financial losses over time, but this is the very reason why employers have gotten away with allowing hostile work environments for so many years.

No matter how minor the harassment may seem to you, your employer may still be obligated to compensate you. 

The time to request cash compensation is limited by statute. So, Don’t Miss Your Window Of Opportunity – Click >>HERE<< to Apply for a free and discreet claim evaluation.

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