The first thing you should do if you feel discriminated against in the workplace is try to find out if it is simply a misunderstanding that could be cleared up with a short conversation. If it is more serious, talk with your employer. If you are not satisfied with the answer you receive from either the person whom you feel is discriminating against you or their superior, you should contact an attorney or file a complaint with the appropriate government agency. You should contact someone as soon as possible because most states have laws that enforce strict time limits for you to receive assistance.
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