Is it possible for this type of claim to be trigger by the workload/type of assignments? Example: 13 employees total in the department. 12 of the employees have the option or chance to do desirable and less desirable work. The only minority male is the one who doesn't have a chance to do desirable assignment. He is only assigned to less desirable work. Is it possible to prove disparate treatment from this circumstantial evidence? Why or why not?
They tend to place less qualified people able to do the job forcing me to work harder and doing the less desirable jobs because they don't want to do it. Put give the easy assignments away to the other co-workers.
Upper management knows about the balance of assignments and nothing is done.I can't say anything or complain anymore because it will just stay the same or get worse. I was reading online: "The issue is whether the employer's actions were motivated by discriminatory intent, which may be proved by either direct or circumstantial evidence". How does one prove if it was motivated by discriminatory intent? I know what my employer would say " he's a good worker". Which is right I am a good worker, but all the other good workers are paired with good workers, but they keep giving me people who don't want to work and than forcing me to pick up their slack and giving me less desirable assignments because the workers they give me don't want to do it.