1. As a general rule, the law does not require employers to treat workers fairly. The only way you will be able to use the law to prevent further unfair treatment or to remedy past unfair treatment is if the employer violated a specific legal right. For example, an employer may not treat a worker unfairly because of the worker's race/color, national origin, ancestry, age (over 40), sex, pregnancy, disability, religion, genetics, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, or because the worker complained about discrimination or harassment. If you think you are being treated unfairly for one of these reasons, call the Fair Employment Project (617-902-0192) to talk over your situation and your options. 2. If you are in a union, consult with the union about filing a grievance. If you believe your union is not treating you fairly, contact the Boston office of the National Labor Relations Board (617-565-6700).