Discriminatory Practices

Posted By Cindi

Date: September 30th, 2008

As an employer, it’s important to know that Federal laws prohibit discrimination in many more areas than just hiring and firing. It is also illegal to discriminate in any aspect of employment, including the assignment, classification, and pay of employees; how employees are transferred, promoted, laid off, or recalled; the manner in which an employment advertises, recruits, and tests applicants; the use of company facilities and training or apprenticeship programs; and fringe benefits, retirement plans, and disability leave. Additionally, every employer should check state and local municipality for additional discrimination protections.

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