Daytona Beach Gender Discrimination Attorney

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The Civil Rights Act of 1963 and the Equal Pay Act prohibit employers in Florida against discriminating on the basis of gender. Therefore, gender may not be the basis for any employer decisions regarding pay, hiring policies, or promotion requirements. They must also make sure that working environments will not be hostile towards a certain gender and that the work atmosphere is not overly sexual.

What Must be Proven in a Discrimination Claim?

Under the Equal Pay act, discrimination can be proven if men and women both work in the same place, do the same job, but are nevertheless paid differently. Discrimination claims in Daytona Beach can be shown where the employer only hires one gender, promotes employees on the basis of gender, or acts in retaliation against a worker who has complained of employer misconduct.

When is Sexual Harassment Prohibited?

Sexual harassment consists of all unwanted conduct of a sexual nature directed towards the victim, and includes both physical and verbal acts. An employer in Daytona Beach might be liable for such conduct, even when it is simply other co-workers that have engaged in harassment.

Florida employers might also be liable for permitting conduct to lead to a work environment that is overly sexual. The specific details for proving intent to discrimination can be complicated, and so gender discrimination might be difficult to prove without an attorney. The procedures for filing can also be complex.

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Life in Daytona Beach

Daytona Beach, Florida is known to many as a beautiful location to visit. Daytona Beach is a city located in Volusia County, Florida. What the beaches of Daytona are known for are its "hard packed" sand, which allows cars to smoothly drive on it. Therefore, tourists come to Daytona Beach year round for motorsports.

Daytona Beach's most popular attractions include ones that cater to motor sports, such as the Old Daytona Beach Roda Course, the Daytona International Speedway, and the Grand American Road Racing Association headquarters. Daytona Beach is also the headquarters for NASCAR. Each year, Daytona has Speedweeks, a race in early February where over 200,000 NASCAR fans come and attend the opening of Daytona 500. Other popular racing events include the NASCAR Coke Zero 400, Bike Week, Biketoberfest, and the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona.

Being such a tourist attraction, a major part of the city's economy is tourism. The other main industry is manufacturing. Large corporations with a presence in Daytona Beach include Halifax Health, International Speedway Corporation, Gambro-Rental Products, Ladies Professional Golf Association, NASCAR, and SunTrust Bank. To handle the legal issues of these corporations, Daytona Beach is home to many law firms that train very capable attorneys. Therefore, corporations remain assured that any of their legal inquiries can be handled by the legal force in Daytona Beach.

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