Protecting Workers In Employment Law Disputes

The great strides we have made to reduce discrimination in Connecticut in recent decades does not eliminate acts of discrimination in the workplace. Despite efforts to promote diversity, workplace discrimination continues to have an adverse impact on many people in the Norwich area and throughout Eastern Connecticut.

State and federal laws prohibit workplace harassment and discrimination based upon race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age and other factors. Many people have the misconception that employment law claims are not available unless a worker is fired. Losing a job, hitting a glass ceiling, suffering a demotion and suffering another form of adverse employment action based upon being a member of a protected class are some of the types of problems that workers can face.

Decades of Experience Fighting Workplace Discrimination in Connecticut

The experienced trial lawyers at C & C aggressively represent workers who suffer unlawful discrimination and employment law violations at all stages of the employment process, including:

  • Discrimination in the hiring process
  • Discrimination in decisions involving promotions or demotions
  • Claims involving disparate treatment in disciplined job duties based upon discriminatory reasons
  • Discrimination leading to wrongful termination
  • Wrongful termination and full-service representation related to a workplace injury
  • Failure to provide reasonable accommodations for a disability under the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA claims)
  • Refusal to grant protected leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA claims)

Get a Free Consultation with an Experienced Employment Law Attorney

If you believe you have suffered employment discrimination, send us an email using the online contact form, or call the Law Offices of Cicchiello & Cicchiello, LLC, at 860-213-8102 or 888-827-6358 toll free. The initial consultation is always free. We represent workers in Norwich, New London County and Windham County, including out-of-state residents who have suffered employment discrimination at a company located in Eastern Connecticut.

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