San Angelo Gender Discrimination Attorney

Find the right Gender Discrimination attorney in San Angelo, TX

In Texas, discrimination by employers that is based on gender is prohibited by the Civil Rights Act of 1963 and the Equal Pay Act. As such, employers may 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 particular gender and that it is not overly sexual.

What Must be Proven in a Discrimination Claim?

Discrimination occurs according to the Equal Pay Act if both men and women are working in the same job and performing the same tasks, yet receive different wages. A discrimination claim may also succeed when employers in San Angelo hire only one specific gender, issues promotions based on gender, or retaliates against persons who seek relief for employer misconduct.

When is Sexual Harassment Prohibited?

Sexual harassment includes any unwanted sexual behavior, whether verbal or physical, directed at the victim. Employers in San Angelo might also be liable for the behavior, even when the conduct was done by an employee's co-worker.

A Texas employer may also be liable for harassment if they allow conduct to lead to an environment that is overly sexual. Without a lawyer, it can be difficult to prove gender discrimination because the details in proving intent are often complicated. Furthermore, there can be specific procedures that must be closely followed in pursuing a claim.

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Life in San Angelo

San Angeloa has a population of around 111,820 people. It is located in the western-central area of Texas, specifically in Tom Green County. It is home to Angelo State University. Nicknames include "Angelo," "The River City," "The Concho City," "The Pearl of the Conchos," and "The Oasis of West Texas."

Some great sites to visit include the Goodfellow Air Force Base, Fort Concho, Concho River, Twin Buttes Reservoir, O.C. Fisher Reservoir, Lake Nasworthy, and San Angelo State Park.

Some past famous residents include Matthew McConaughey, Monty McCutchen, Bram Stoker, Shea Morenz, Colleen R. LaRose and Jeff Drost.

San Angelo also has many well-established law offices and small firms that practice in practically every area of law. Thus, residents and local businesses can remain rest assured because any and every legal matter will be easily handled by San Angelo's legal force.

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