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Religious discrimination in the workplace is unlawful under federal and Colorado law.  It is discriminatory or an unfair employment practice for an employer to refuse to hire, to discharge, to promote or demote, to harass during the course of employment, or to discriminate in matters of compensation or other terms and conditions of employment on the basis of your religion.  Local, state, and federal laws afford substantial rights to the employee against unlawful employment practices based on religion.  Your employer may be required to provide religious accommodations and may not retaliate against you if you have opposed any employment practices that discriminate against you because of religion.

Employee Rights and Religious Discrimination in the Workplace

At Rathod | Mohamedbhai LLC, our team of trial lawyers understand the complexities of workplace discrimination based on religion.  Religion in the context of employment law is defined to include only those aspects of religious observance and practice that your employer is able to reasonably accommodate without undue hardship.  Your employer should respect your individual religious practices and also provide a workplace free of persecution based on non-conformance with any particular religion. After thoroughly analyzing your situation, we will enforce your rights pursuant to local, state, and federal anti-discrimination laws.

Vindicate Your Rights Against Religious Discrimination

We have substantial experience in religious employment discrimination cases, as well as many other employment law matters.  We will ensure that your right to freedom of religion or freedom against a religious workplace are respected.  We examine your employer’s trainings, policies, and practices to ensure compliance with current local, state, and federal anti-discrimination laws.  Our lawyers believe that religious discrimination in the workplace must be aggressively opposed.

Contact Our Religious Discrimination Attorneys

Call 303-578-4400 or fill out our online form to contact our firm and discuss your case with our experienced employment attorneys.