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Pennsylvania Printable Free Equal Opportunity Law Posters Pennsylvania Fair Housing Poster

The Fair Housing is a Pennsylvania equal opportunity law poster provided for businesses by the Pennsylvania Department Of Labor & Industry. This notification is required for some employers, such as employers that rent or sell homes.

This is a state labor poster enforced by the Pennsylvanian Commission for Human Rights. It is a mandatory posting required of and important for persons, employers, associations, corporations, and recruitment agencies within the state. According to the Pennsylvanian Human Relations Act summarized in this poster, it’s unlawful to discriminate against or refuse to sell, lease, finance or otherwise withhold housing or commercial property on the basis of race, religion, disability, age, color, sex, national origin, and or political affiliation. Also in the poster are how and when to file a complaint under the law. The poster must be posted at a conspicuous place where all can read.

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FAIR  HOUSING PRACTICES
ARE  GUARANTEED BY
THE  PENNSYLVANIA HUMAN RELATIONS ACT
WARNING: Removing, defacing, covering up or destroying this notice is a violation of the
Pennsylvania Crimes Code and may subject you to fine or imprisonment.
For further information, write, phone or visit the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission: Executive Offices:  333 Market Street, 8th Floor · Harrisburg, PA 171 26
(717)  787-4410  · (717) 787- 7279  (TTY)  or visit us at www .phrc.state.pa.us
COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA
HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION
To file a complaint, contact the Regional Office nearest you:
Pittsburgh
301 5th Ave., Suite 390
Piatt  Place
Pittsburgh,  PA 15222
(412) 565-5395
(412) 565-5711 (TTY) Harrisburg
333 Market Street,  8th  Floor
Harrisburg, PA 17126
(717) 787-9780
(717) 787-7279 (TTY)
RACE, RELIGION, ANCESTRY, DISABILITY, AGE, COLOR, 
SEX, NATIONAL ORIGIN OR FAMILIAL
STATUS According to this Act it is unlawful, because of any person’s:
TO:
refuse to sell, lease, finance or otherwise withhold housing or commercial property, or discriminate in the terms
or conditions of selling, leasing, financing, or in providing facilities, services or privileges in connection with the
ownership, occupancy or use of any housing or commercial property, or print or otherwise circulate any
statement indicating a preference or limitation, or make any inquiry or record in connection with the sale,
lease or financing of any housing or commercial property
OR, BECAUSE OF:
any person’s use of a guide or support animal due to blindness, deafness or physical disability or because the
user is a handler or trainer of such animals, or the disability of an individual with whom the person is known to
have a relationship or association
TO:
refuse to lease or finance, or discriminate in the terms of selling or leasing, or in providing facilities, services or
privileges in connection with the ownership, occupancy or use of any housing or commercial property, or
print or otherwise circulate any statement indicating a preference or limitation, or make any inquiry or record
in connection with the lease of any housing or commercial property, engage in practices which attempt to
induce the listing, sale or other transaction, or discourage the purchase or lease of housing or commercial
property by making direct or indirect references to the present or future composition of the neighborhood in
which such a facility is located with respect to race, color, religion, sex, ancestry, national origin, disability or
guide or support animal dependency, age or familial status.
IT IS ALSO UNLAWFUL FOR:
any person to retaliate against an individual because the individual has filed a complaint with the Commission,
or has otherwise participated in any Commission proceeding, or for any person to aid or abet any unlawful
discriminatory practice under the Human Relations Act.
Complaints must be filed within 180 days of the alleged act of discrimination.
Prominent posting of this notice in a well-lighted, easily accessible place in the office, model home, sample
apartment or other places of business where negotiations or agreements are customarily made for the renting
or purchasing of housing accommodations is required under the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act (Act of
October 27, 1995, P.L. 744, as amended).

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More Pennsylvania Labor Law Posters 18 PDFS

Minimum-Wage.org provides an additional seventeen required and optional Pennsylvania 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.

Pennsylvania Poster Name Poster Type
Required Form No. LIBC-500 (Rev 5-09) Workers' Compensation Insurance Posting Workers Compensation Law
Required Form No. UC-700 Unemployment Compensation Unemployment Law
Required Form UC-700 (ESP) Compensacion Por Desempleo Unemployment Law
Required Form No. LLC-1 - Minimum Wage Law Poster and Fact Sheet Minimum Wage Law
Required Fair Employment Equal Opportunity Law

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