Most Minneapolis residents work hard to make a living. And, given that they spend most of their waking hours in their office, it is safe to say they consider their office their second, if not first, home. This is why it is so important for their workplace to be a safe place for them — both emotionally and physically.

Discrimination in the workplace can pose emotional and physical threats to the person facing it. When an employee finds himself or herself being sexually harassed, they may become emotionally distraught at the thought of returning to work where someone is making inappropriate comments and their physical safety might be at risk if someone is touching them inappropriately. An employee that requires special and reasonable accommodations due their age or disability but is not being given them might injure himself or herself just to complete their job. Discrimination can exist in many forms, as discussed many times on this blog, and can cause various types of trauma in the people being subjected to it.

This is why the attorneys at John A Klassen PA work dedicatedly to protect their client’s rights — we understand what is at stake when an employee complains of employment discrimination against their employer. It takes a lot to stand up against discrimination in the workplace and we take the time to listen to our clients and offer them honest advice about how their case would proceed and what they should expect.

Committed to making workplaces less hostile, our founding lawyer has over 13 years of experience in various employment law cases and we use our knowledge for our client’s benefit. For more on employment law discrimination, visit our page.