Sex Discrimination Is Unlawful. We’ll Help You Put A Stop To It.
While Title IX and Hawaii law make discrimination based on gender or sex unlawful, it is still an occurrence that many individuals have to deal with in the workplace. In particular, sex discrimination can take on many forms, from refusing to hire or promote an individual based on their gender or sex identity, to retaliation based on gender, as well as providing unequal opportunities and pay. In these instances, an experienced lawyer can help review your case and help determine if you were unlawfully discriminated.
Lead attorney David Simons has been fighting on behalf of individuals who have experienced gender discrimination for decades. Located in Honolulu and assisting clients across Hawaii, we have defended employees against gender and sex discrimination, and have pushed for our clients to receive compensation and restitution where necessary.
Sex Discrimination Can Take Many Forms
Simply put, sex discrimination occurs when an employee is treated differently because of their gender. This can include any of the following:
- Paying an employee differently because of their gender
- Refusing to hire an employee because of their gender
- Stereotyping an employee due to their gender
- Discriminating against an employee based on her pregnancy
Employment decisions should not be dictated by gender, and doing so can be grounds for a discrimination suit.
Our office has helped employees across Hawaii in such instances. As an experienced lawyer and litigator, David Simons can protect your rights and interests, and work toward helping you find the appropriate restitution for the discrimination you may have endured.
We Can Help
If you are experiencing any of these issues in your workplace, your employer may be violating the law. Our firm would be glad to discuss your concerns with you. Call 808-536-3255 or use the contact form.