Fernley, NV asked in Employment Discrimination and Employment Law for Nevada

Q: Is it right to get fired for talking bout another employee to another employee d is it discrimination

I'm the only black person there and assistant manager I did nothing wrong and gt really sick and when I talked to her she left me off the schedule and said I don't communicate with her it's this discrimination and wrongful

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A: In Nevada, firing based on race or protected characteristics is illegal, but employers can terminate for other reasons. To navigate this situation, know the details of your termination, assess your options, and understand your rights. If you suspect discrimination, file a complaint with the EEOC or consult an employment lawyer. Attempt direct resolution with your former employer or consider writing a formal letter expressing concerns. Gather evidence supporting your claim if you pursue legal action, and seek emotional support from friends, family, or professionals. Remember, understanding the reason for termination is your right, and addressing potential discrimination is essential.

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