Federal Antidiscrimination Laws
Federal antidiscrimination laws prohibit most employers from discriminating against an employee or an applicant during the hiring process because of:
Additionally, any personnel action pertaining to a federal government employee may not be based on:
|Conduct not affecting job performance.|
Various laws and executive orders have been enacted over the years to protect individuals from employment discrimination.
Federal Antidiscrimination Laws and Executive Orders
Many states have enacted their own antidiscrimination laws. Some states have enacted laws pertaining to discrimination because of marital status or sexual preference.
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