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Oregon and federal statute protect against discrimination in the workplace. Discrimination can take many forms whether it be based on race, gender, age, or national origin. When an employer subjects and employee to discriminatory treatment, the employee's rights need to be protected.

Most employers have policy handbooks or rules that prohibit discrimination based on race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, or age. When an employer discriminates based upon a characteristic, class, or status that is prohibited by statute, you should consult with an experienced professional. Attorneys at the Rayburn Law Office have over 30 years of trial experience handling these types of claims.

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