Discrimination

The Civil Rights Act and other laws prohibit discrimination against individuals because of their age, race, color, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or disability. It is illegal to discriminate in any aspect of employment, including:

  • Hiring and firing;
  • Compensation, assignment, or classification of employees;
  • Transfer, promotion, layoff, or recall;
  • Job advertisements;
  • Recruitment;
  • Testing;
  • Use of company facilities;
  • Training and apprenticeship programs;
  • Fringe benefits;
  • Pay, retirement plans, and disability leave; or
  • Other terms and conditions of employment.

For more information on Discrimination, contact your New York City Discrimination employment lawyer or visit the Frequently Asked Questions page.

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