Both federal and the Colorado Fair Employment Practices Act make discrimination by any employer on the basis of race, religion, color, age, gender, disability, national origin, and ancestry illegal.
If you believe you have been discriminated against in the workplace, it is vital to determine whether the actions of your employer violate the laws designed to protect employees from workplace discrimination. The Olson Law Firm will listen carefully to your story and can tell you whether or not you have a case against your employer.
It is of the utmost importance not to wait to call an attorney if you believe you've been discriminated against by your employer. Under Colorado law, you generally have to file your complaint within six months of being discriminated against. Under federal law, that time can sometimes last up to nearly a year. But do not delay; the time required to file a charge of discrimination can go quickly.
Employers need to know exactly what they must do to avoid violating the laws designed to protect employees. The Olson Law Firm assists businesses to ensure that they maintain strict ethical and legal standards, protecting both the company and its employees.