There are many hardships that a person has to go through in their life. But things can always get better as long as you take action. Putting up with the situation is definitely not a solution. This is particularly applicable to employment discrimination. You should not be denied promotion, fired or offended based on an irrelevant factor. You should be judged solely on your skills and contribution to the company. Suing your employer is not an easy task, but as long as you are well prepared you will certainly win the lawsuit and get the compensation you rightfully deserve.

The first thing to do is to define what type of discrimination you are a subject of. The law defines the so called protected classes. You cannot be discriminated based on your age, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, pregnancy, health and marital status. Basically if you fall in any of these categories you have legal protection in case of discrimination. For example, an employer cannot fire you or deny you promotion just because you are pregnant. So, you should note the reason for which you are discriminated.

The next thing to note is how you are discriminated. You have to note whether you are not being motivated or given assignments that do not correspond to your level of expertise. You might be paid less based on discrimination. You might be refused benefits. You might be dined promotion or fired without a reasonable explanation. The way in which you are discriminated is important for the resolution of the case. You will be able to prepare better and more importantly you will get an adequate compensation when you win.

The main thing that you have to do in order to win an employment discrimination lawsuit is to gather enough evidence to prove your point. This might not be an easy task, but you really have to give it your best. You should note any occasions in which the discriminative attitude is obvious. You should describe these thoroughly in writing. You should also make sure that you keep all emails and written papers such as notes or memos that can prove your point. It is a good idea for you to talk to your supervisor or manager and ask them whether they believe you are being discriminated. However, you should not do this before discussing it with your lawyer.

In order to win such a lawsuit your employer has to prove that their actions are not based on discrimination. The best way in which they can do this is to show that you are not a good employee. Thus, you have to have evidence with which to prove the opposite. There are a lot of things that can show you are a good worker. You can prove your punctuality by presenting time sheets. You can prove your contribution to the company by showing the number of projects you have completed. You can also get your colleagues and supervisors to testify that you are doing your work well.