Job Related Discrimination
State and Federal antidiscrimination laws prohibit most employers from discriminating against an employee or an applicant during the hiring process because of:
Some states have enacted additional employment laws prohibiting discrimination because of:
Federal antidiscrimination laws provide for an exception or Bona Fide Occupational Qualification that permits an employer to legally discriminate in certain situations or unique job requirement circumstances.
Employers should be familiar with the various laws and executive orders that have been enacted over the years to protect individuals from employment discrimination.
Federal Antidiscrimination Laws and Executive Orders
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