Sanofi Reverse Racial Discrimination Investigation
About the Investigation:
Recently, video was released of pharmaceutical company Sanofi’s executives directing their employees to target applicants of specific races for key roles within the company, with the goal of increasing their percentages of minority employees. Taking national origin into account as part of the hiring process — as they are directing their employees to do — is against the law.
Did you apply for a position or promotion at Sanofi and get denied, and you feel it was because of your race? If so, we may be able to help.
Attorneys at Siri & Glimstad are investigating the allegations that Sanofi is actively engaging in racial discrimination against Asian and Caucasian employees and job applicants, and hiring or promoting employees based primarily on their race.
How An Attorney Can Help
In order to file a lawsuit for racial discrimination, a job applicant or an employee must first go through the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (“EEOC”) investigation process and receive what is called a “Right to Sue” letter. We assist employees through this process. In some instances, we may decide to pursue litigation in federal court after obtaining the Right to Sue letter.
There is no obligation involved in speaking to an attorney about your situation to find out whether you may have a case, but there is urgency because your legal rights to sue are time sensitive. Once your claim is barred based upon expired time limits, you will never be able to pursue any action to recover damages or other relief.
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