Maryland Employment Discrimination is Unlawful (Poster-Color) Mandatory
The Employment Discrimination is Unlawful (Poster-Color) is a Maryland equal opportunity law poster provided for businesses by the Maryland Department Of Labor, Licensing and Regulation. This is a required poster for all Maryland employers, and any business that fails to post this notification may be subject to penalties or fines.
This mandatory poster is a quick reminder to employers and employees on Maryland's equal opportunity laws. It forbids discrimination from employment in several categories and includes information on how to report suspected cases.
State of Maryland Commission on Civil Rights 6 Saint Paul Street, Suite 900 Baltimore, MD 21202-1631 What Am I Protected From? You are protected from unlawful discrimination from the following employment-related practices: • Employers cannot discriminate in recruiting, interviewing, hiring, upgrading/promoting, setting work conditions, and discharging an employee. • Labor organizations cannot deny membership to qualified persons or discriminate in apprenticeship programs. • Employment agencies cannot discriminate in job referrals, ask discriminatory pre-employment questions, or circulate information that unlawfully limits employment. • Newspapers and other media cannot publish job advertisements that discriminate. Main: (410) 767-8600 | Toll Free: 1 (800) 637-6247 | TTY: (410) 333-1737 | Fax: (410) 333-1841 [email protected] | www.mccr.maryland.gov What If My Employer Retaliates? Retaliation is also prohibited under the law when you exercise your rights to seek relief and redress. If an employee decides to file an employment discrimination complaint, an employer may not: • Interfere with; • Restrain; • Deny the exercise; or • Deny the attempt to exercise the right. Any form of retaliation is grounds to file a Complaint of Discrimination with the Maryland Commission on Civil Rights (MCCR). What If I Am A Victim Of Discrimination? If you believe your rights under the law have been violated, you must file a complaint with MCCR 300 days of the alleged act of discrimination. A trained Civil Rights Officer will work with you to discuss what happened and determine if there is reason to believe a discriminatory violation occurred. You can reach MCCR by phone, email, fax, letter, or walk-in. All procedures by MCCR are confidential until your case is certified for public hearing or trial. Employment Discrimination is Unlawful How Does The Law Protect Me? State Government Article, §20-602 of the Annotated Code of Maryland provides every Marylander equal protection in employment regardless of: RaceSex Age Ethnicity Ancestry or National Origin Religion Physical or Mental Disability Color Marital Status Sexual Orientation Gender Identity Genetic Information
More Maryland Labor Law Posters 25 PDFS
Minimum-Wage.org provides an additional 24 required and optional Maryland labor law posters that may be relevant to your business. Be sure to also print and post all required state labor law posters, as well as all of the mandatory federal labor law posters.
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|Required Thawing Method Guidelines
|Required DLLR/OUI 328 to Employees
|Required Maryland Earned Sick and Paid Leave Notice
|Sick Leave Law
|Required Maryland Minimum Wage and Overtime Law
|Minimum Wage Law
|Required DLLR PUB/OUI 6116
|Health Insurance Law
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