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If you believe that your employer is treating you differently because of your race, sex, gender, age, sexual orientation, or national origin, you may have a claim for unlawful discrimination. The type of discrimination described above is illegal because the groups listed are considered to be “protected classes” of people under federal law. Get the facts on workplace discrimination here.

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