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Old 02-20-2020, 10:23 AM   #1
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I was hired one year ago as a salaried project manager. We decided procedures on the computer and PM in general would have to be taught to me. This task was given to a staff Engineer. The engineer immediately had a bias towards me, I discovered this was due in part to my religion.
This engineer has lied, cheated and done everything in his power to get me fired. Recently, It was decided that my status shall be changed and I will no longer be considered a salaried employee.
95% of my duties will remain the same however my pay has been severely reduced. Do I have any recourse?
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Old 02-20-2020, 10:31 AM   #2
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I discovered this was due in part to my religion.
Can you prove that? With evidence? Documentation? Witnesses? Did you ever report any overt religious discrimination to your employer?

If no to all those questions, your likely recourse is to seek employment elsewhere.
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Old 02-24-2020, 01:41 AM   #3
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Unfortunately, companies sometimes allow bias, not work performance, to dictate how an employee’s career unfolds. Despite positive feedback, this bias means some employees: are passed over for promotions, are paid less for doing the same or more work, are forced to retire etc. There are federal and state laws that protect employees’ rights. Just because the laws exist, however, doesn’t mean all companies abide by them. Anyone can be the victim of workplace discrimination or bias. Please keep the below things with you before filing a complaint so that it will help to protect your rights.

Document everything: Write down as many details as possible, including incidents, witnesses, dates, and other employees who may have been victims of discriminatory treatment.
Don’t sign anything: Don’t sign anything—including severance packages—until you have contacted an experienced employment attorney. Your employer had an attorney make sure their rights were protected, and you should do the same.
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