Workers in Florida may land in the employ of a company at which all employees are not treated equally. Discrimination comes in many forms, one of which is ethnic or racial discrimination. While some employers obviously avoid appointing people of certain races, others are much more subtle in their discrimination. However, such treatment should not be endured as it is strictly prohibited by several state and federal laws.
A former employee of a pottery business in another state recently filed a lawsuit against the business alleging wrongful termination and retaliation that followed racial discrimination. Court documents show that the plaintiff is a black man who had been employed by the company since 2002. The man claims he was offered a lower position by his superior. When he refused this position, he was allegedly accused of subordination and his employment was terminated.