What if I’m not hired because an employer discriminates against me?
Question & AnswerWhat if I’m not hired because an employer discriminates against me?
2. Check to see if you should make a human rights claim
If you think an employer discriminated against you by not hiring you, you can get free legal advice and information from the Human Rights Legal Support Centre.
The Centre can help you figure out:
- whether to make a claim with the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario
- what might help you prove that an employer discriminated against you
The Centre also helps people when they apply to the Tribunal and, in some cases, at the Tribunal.
You can also check out the Centre’s online tool Can We Help You? to see if you might be able to make a claim.
Community legal clinics (CLCs) provide free legal services to people with low incomes. CLCs may be able to help you if you think you have been discriminated against. To find a CLC in your area you can search by your postal code. Or, you can call Legal Aid Ontario at 1-800-668-8258 or 416-979-1446. TTY users can call 1-866-641-8867 or 416-598-8867.
There are also specialty clinics for people throughout Ontario that: