I have worked for my company for 4 years. I have a great attendance record, several and consistent customer compliments and my coworkers enjoy working with me. I have 20 years experience in this field, far more than any of my coworkers including my manager. I usually act as a trouble shooter for the company and do alot of the training for new hires. I am relied on to "fix" problems in the field that may be caused by some of my coworkers. In the 4 yrs I have worked for the company I have been consistently passed over for promotion. Almost every man that has been hired after me has moved up within a few months, whether they can do the job or not. I am the only female in the company, do I have a case for gender bias or discrimination?
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Based on the facts, you have a potential claim. Feel free to contact me at 610-584-9400 and I will be glad to give you the name and number of a colleague who litigates sexual discrimination cases.
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