Welcome to Texas Discrimination Laws. We hope you find this web site a helpful introduction to the area of employment law in Texas and your employment rights and the protections available to you. Frequently many individuals feel they have no option but to accept the intolerable working conditions or have no option when they are terminated for no apparent reason. As you will discover here, that is simply not true. In many situations you have protections from illegal conduct by your employer, supervisor or co-worker. We have attempted to categorize the major protections available to you in easily identifiable topics for your reference. Just click on the category you feel applies to your situation. Some of the agencies require that you contact them in order to begin an investigation. These include the Texas Human Rights Commission, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Texas Employment Commission the Wage-Hour Division of the U.S. Department of Labor, and OSHA. Every effort has been made to provide clear and simple explanations of your rights without too many legal terms. If you feel you need more information on your particular problem, please feel free to use the “Contact Us” button or email me directly at fbenjaminr@msn.com to send us an email to describe your problem and what you would like to see happen to improve your situation.

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A note of caution, there is no attorney – client relationship created by the information provided on this site. This site is only a public service to provide the public with basic information about the area of employment law and the laws enacted by various governments that deal with the workplace. If you believe you have a claim against an employer, supervisor or co-worker, you are urged to contact a qualified attorney near you to discuss your unique situation. We have provided a link to both the National Employment Lawyers Association and the Texas Employment Lawyers Associations. Each of these sites list qualified attorneys who are available to meet with you.