1 hours ago Course overview. Workplace discrimination occurs when an employee or group of employees is treated less favorably than similarly situated employees of a different race, sex, age, national origin, religion, genetic makeup, etc. The difference in treatment can be obvious, such as jokes, slurs, and innuendoes, or it can subtle, such as job
5 hours ago Employment Law and Workplace Discrimination primarily focus on individuals falling within a defined "protected class." The Federal Government has a list of specific "protected classes," and states and municipalities are free to add to the Federal Government's "protected classes" list.
Just Now EEO - Equal Employment Opportunity Act, Equal Pay Act, Title VII - Civil Rights Act of 1964. Audience: All Learners. Topic: Harassment and Discrimination, Workplace Equity, Inclusion & Culture. Format: Rich Media. Employees in any workplace can be negatively impacted by unlawful discrimination. It’s important to know what it is, what it looks
9 hours ago In this course, you will delve into crucial background information regarding the origin of today's anti-discrimination laws as you're guided through tricky cases — involving issues around race, gender, age, sexual orientation, and disability status — as well as their implications for today. Sometimes it can be challenging to know how to
Just Now Course Overview. Federal anti-discrimination legislation covers seven protected classes: race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, and disability. While some of the protected classes seem fairly clear-cut, others are not quite as straightforward. For example, there are nuances related to sexual harassment, retaliation, the Americans
2 hours ago This section of the course will cover policy and protected classes. IX. EXAMPLES OF EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION. Here we will show a video of employment discrimination. X. REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION REQUIRED FOR CERTAIN CLASSES §8-107. This section of the class covers religious observance, undue economic harship, and more. XI.
5 hours ago Participation in a training or apprenticeship program, employee organization or union. The Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) applies to public and private employers, labor organizations and employment agencies. It is illegal for employers of 5 or more employees to discriminate against job applicants and employees because of a protected
9 hours ago Training and Outreach. The best way to combat discrimination is to prevent it from happening in the first place. The Equal Rights Commission's trained representatives are available to provide on-site training and to speak at seminars and community meetings about discrimination laws and preventing discrimination.
Just Now Labor organizations, employers, and employment agencies cannot refuse to interview or hire someone, deny opportunities for training or promotion, create or allow a hostile working environment to exist, refuse to reasonably accommodate an individual with a disability, terminate the employment of an individual, or seek or gather information about a job applicant’s …
7 hours ago Employment discrimination against a member of a protected class, when not a Bona Fide Occupational Qualification (BFOQ), exposes employers to damages for illegal discrimination. This webinar will provide an overview to who and what is a protected class, what is a BFOQ and when employment decision making might have a permissible or …
3 hours ago Discrimination law defines specific protected classes and the obligations that employers face in accommodating these protected classes. In this course, you will begin to analyze and determine discriminatory acts through the lens of burden of proof, according to the law. You will explore the seven protected classes and how certain policies and
1 hours ago Class 1 (HM100) – Discrimination in the Workplace This course is for District government employees seeking certfication as an EEO Counselor or Officier within the District government. This course will provide an overview of the District’s EEO laws and assist with understanding the protected traits in employment discrimination. Attendees will also gain an understanding of …
7 hours ago Applicants, employees and former employees are protected from employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, or gender identity), national origin, age (40 or older), disability and genetic information (including family medical history).. Applicants, employees and former employees are also protected from retaliation …
8 hours ago “protected classes,” and not every group is protected. Employees are only protected from discrimination based on their age, disability, race or color, national origin, pregnancy, genetic information, religion, and sex. How do we know this? It’s all spelled out in federal statutes: Age discrimination is unlawful under the Age Discrimination
6 hours ago While the policy has always applied to all protected classes, it was recommended by the UNITE Initiative and agreed to by NIH leadership that language be added to the policy to clearly define the groups protected from employment discrimination and provide examples. Protected classes include race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy
4 hours ago An experienced litigator who regularly defends companies in state and federal courts as well as in front of administrative agencies throughout the country in all types of employment litigation including class actions, collective actions, wage and hour matters, discrimination claims, noncompetition claims, trade secrets appropriation, and other
What are the Protected Classes in Employment Law? The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) enforces many federal laws prohibiting employment discrimination based on protected classes. When discrimination cases arise, employees can file a claim against their employer to receive compensation for a company’s wrongdoing.
Discrimination-Free Workplace (Basic) teaches the fundamentals of discrimination, including who is protected, the forms discrimination can take, and why stereotypes and biases should be kept out of the workplace. Employees are also encouraged to report suspected or actual discrimination.
Who is protected from employment discrimination? Applicants, employees and former employees are protected from employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, or gender identity), national origin, age (40 or older), disability and genetic information (including family medical history).
Our discrimination prevention trainings are designed to teach you about your rights, and to teach organizations their responsibilities under the Massachusetts anti-discrimination laws. Our experienced trainers use interactive quizzes, case scenarios, and videos to facilitate engaging and interactive trainings.