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Facing workplace problems regarding equal pay laws?

If you work in an Oregon office or company where men and women work side-by-side, you may notice various challenges arising from time to time. For instance, it's not all that uncommon for jokes or comments to get out of hand, leading to employee complaints about unfair treatment in the workplace. Concerning your wages, however, your gender should not come into play when determining pay scale. Instead, your employer should offer equal pay for equal jobs.

What does Title VII say about color or race discrimination?

No one should feel denied the right to work based on superficial factors such as race and skin color. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits employers from doing just that. Sounds good, right? Well, this may be one of the most misunderstood parts of Title VII.

Your pregnancy should not give birth to workplace discrimination

Pregnancy is an exciting time, but many women find that, unfortunately, their current condition can lead to certain types of problems at work. While there are both federal and Oregon state laws in place to prevent discrimination, it still happens. If you believe that you are experiencing negative treatment at work because you are pregnant, you do not have to simply accept it.

Pregnancy, discrimination and your rights as an Oregon employee

Pregnancy is an exciting time for many Oregon families, and if you are expecting, this is a joyous time in your life as you prepare for your family to grow. However, your employer may not view your current condition in the same light, and your work environment may become much more difficult for you over the next several months.

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