Round Rock Gender Discrimination Attorney

Find the right Gender Discrimination attorney in Round Rock, TX

In Texas, discrimination by employers that is based on gender is banned by the Civil Rights Act of 1963 and the Equal Pay Act. As such, employers can not use make any determinations based on gender in any areas such as wage amounts, hiring, and promotion policies. They must also ensure that the workplace environment is not hostile to a certain gender and that it is not overly sexual.

What Must be Proven in a Discrimination Claim?

Discrimination can be proven under the Equal Pay act if both men and women do the same type of work for the same employer but are nonetheless paid in different amounts. Employers in Round Rock may also be held liable in a discrimination claim if their hiring and promotion policies favor one gender, or if the they take retaliatory action against a worker who files a complaint against their employer.

When is Sexual Harassment Prohibited?

Physical or verbal acts of a sexual nature that are unwelcome to the victim are regarded to be sexual harassment. Employers in Round Rock may be held liable for the sexual harassment, even when it was a co-worker who really engaged in the conduct.

If the employer permits conduct to create an overly sexual work environment, they may be held liable for sexual harassment in Texas. Gender discrimination is normally difficult to prove without a lawyer because the specifics of proving intent can be complicated. There are also detailed procedures that must be followed when pursuing a claim.

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Life in Round Rock

Round Rock, Texas is a city located in Travis and Williamson Counties. Its population, as of a 2009 Census estimate, is about 100,000. This is up from 60,000 counted in the 2000 Census, making it an extremely fast-growing city.

In 2008, Round Rock was named by Money Magazine as one of the best small cities in the U.S. to live. It placed seventh, overall, out of hundreds of U.S. cities of comparable size. This is largely based on Round Rock's high average income, and explosive job growth. Round Rock also boasts some of the best public education in the state of Texas. Round Rock is the national headquarters of Dell Computer, which employs about 16,000 people in its local facilities.

Round Rock has made it through the recent recession much better than the average American city, thanks to its highly diversified economy.

This means that there is a thriving and diverse legal community in Round Rock. If you need a Round Rock, Texas lawyer, chances are good that you'll be able to find one. Whatever legal issue you may face, now or in the future, there's probably a Round Rock, Texas lawyer who can help.

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