Discrimination

What is illegal discrimination in the workplace? Federal and state laws have established rights for employees to be free from certain types of discrimination. As an employee, you need to know your rights, and as an employer, you need to know your obligations. In Arkansas, these laws not only limit the manner that an employer can discriminate in daily operations, but they also provide exceptions to the employment at will doctrine. Below are some of the common types of unlawful employment discrimination.

  • Race
  • Gender/Sex
  • Age
  • Ethnicity
  • Religion
  • Disability

If you have been discriminated against by an employer for any of these reasons, then you should contact an attorney to discuss your rights and options.

Employment Law Areas

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In the River Valley

502 Garrison Avenue
Fort Smith, AR 72901
Fax: (479) 434-2415
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In Northwest Arkansas

1750 S. Osage Springs Drive, Suite 210
Rogers, AR 72758
Fax: (479) 802-6561