Broslavsky & Weinman, LLP are an employment law firm in San Bernardino deals with the analysis of employers 'and employees' behavior in the context of employment discrimination regulations and advises on how to use legal tools in case of discrimination or how – from the employer's perspective – formulate working conditions, especially in-house regulations in such a way that they do not constitute discrimination. Non-transparent remuneration criteria, unclear selection of employees in terms of promotion, career paths, access to training are most often the cause of legal problems in the context of discrimination in employment, especially when there are no rational differences between discriminated and privileged employees – in the performance of official duties, in the quality and quantity of work or the attitude to work and other employees.
Subjecting thorough analysis to specific facts allows the legitimacy of the employee's claims and possible legal steps. The aim of the study is to determine whether an employer who has the competence to freely choose employees and assess their professional achievements, acts objectively or whether discriminatory actions are allowed, which allows the use of tools provided by law. The legal activities of the employment discrimination attorney San Bernardino in employment include in particular:
An in-depth analysis of the actual and legal situation at a given employer, determination of the levels under which possible actions or omissions of the employer are marked by discrimination; Determining whether the client has previously undertaken anti-discrimination activities and their possible results on their own;
Definition of legal methods to ensure compliance with the principles of equality in employment – on an extra-procedural or procedural basis and providing the client with a catalog of possible solutions and potential claims;
Preparing letters initiating court proceedings or encouraging the other party to amicably resolve a dispute, representing and supporting the Client's position.
From the point of view of the employer – it is justified to prevent and prevent the in-house rules and to analyze the prevailing habits and rules of conduct at the employer – in terms of avoiding potential labor disputes on the background of discrimination. Use Broslavsky & Weinman, LLP for a San Bernardino law firm.