Miami, FL asked in Employment Discrimination and Sexual Harassment for Florida

Q: Hi there, I have questions about discrimination are abouts my work slowly speed.. many times I been told in my work

I just felt discrimina the company in Dunking Donut as employees by coworkers and is not the first time I have to go through this, is full company likely Miami Grill and Chipotle and McDonald's and Charly Restaurant.. but my consent is Dunking Donut where I was hired of the month April 27 2022.. I will like a Attorney that speaks Spanish language prefer, is not nothing personal, is the way I could communicate better

1 Lawyer Answer
Charles M.  Baron
Charles M. Baron
  • Employment Law Lawyer
  • Hollywood, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: It sounds like you are wondering if an employer is illegally discriminating against you by hassling you about your work speed. The only way that this might possibly be a legal issue is if you have a disability that the employer was made aware of, and you are able to competently work for that employer despite being disabled. As far as finding an employment law lawyer who speaks Spanish, the Florida Bar "find-a-lawyer page" at

has a field where you can select Spanish as language spoken. Under "practice areas" on that page, select "Labor and Employment". Also select the city or county for your area. Good luck!

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