Harassment & Discrimination

Harassment and discrimination still occur on a daily basis in spite of the fact that it is unlawful. Federal law and the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination allow victims to seek compensation and other remedies. Carolyne S. Kalson, Attorney at Law, has represented employees facing workplace discrimination and harassment since 1983, and obtains favorable outcomes for her clients through her persistent, tireless efforts. She has the traits of a bulldog. When she sinks her teeth into a case, she will not let go until it is resolved. Attorney Carolyne S. Kalson represents clients in all areas of Monmouth & Ocean counties including, but not limited to, Freehold, Red Bank, Toms River, Jackson, Howell, Manasquan, Brielle, etc.

 

Ocean & Monmouth County Discrimination Attorney

It is unlawful for an employer to discriminate on the basis of age, race, disability, religion, sexual preference or orientation, ethnicity or gender. If you believe that you were laid off, terminated, denied a promotion, or refused a job due to discrimination or retaliated against for protected activity, attorney Carolyne Kalson can educate you about your rights and help you explore your options.

 

Age Discrimination

It can be very difficult for an older person to find new employment after losing a job. Since more experienced employees usually have higher salaries, employers often choose younger employees over older ones. Additionally, older employees are sometimes forced to retire or even targeted for layoffs. It is unlawful for employers to discriminate based on age. If you believe that you received unfair treatment based on your age, Carolyne Kalson can examine the facts and determine whether you have a viable case. 

 

Talk To A Lawyer Before You Quit Your Job

A hostile working environment has detrimental effects on workers. If your working environment is hostile, you may experience loss of self esteem and post-traumatic stress disorder, and you may find that the problems at work spill over to create problems at home. We understand that you want to remove yourself from the situation, especially if it is making you sick. But before you quit you need to speak to a lawyer. Attorney Carolyne Kalson can help you take the appropriate steps. If you quit without taking the appropriate steps, you may jeopardize your access to unemployment benefits and the ability to sue for discrimination. By filing the appropriate documentation and giving your employer a chance to remedy the problem, you can protect yourself and your rights.

 

If you are facing harassment discrimination, or retaliation in the workplace, contact an attorney as soon as possible. For more information contact our office in Brick, New Jersey through our website by clicking here or you can give us a call at 732-785-0800.