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 Notice of Non-Discrimination Poster PDF

The Notice of Non-Discrimination Poster is a labor law posters poster by the District of Columbia Office Of Human Rights. This is an optional poster, so while it is recommended that you post this if it is relevant to your employees, you are not required to by the Office Of Human Rights.

This poster is optional to post and describes the rights employees have to be in a workplace free from discrimination regardless of any disability, race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, marital status, sexual orientation or any other difference that an employer might discriminate against an employee for.


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In accordance with the District of Colu\fbia Hu\fan Ri\bhts Act of 1977, as a\fended, District of Colu\fbia Official Code Section 2-1401.01 
et seq., (Act) the District of Colu\fbia does not discri\finate on the basis of actual or perceived:
Race 
Color 
Sex (Gender or sexual
harassmen\f)
Na\fional \brigin Religion 
Age 
Mari\fal S\fa\fus 
Personal Appearance
Sexual \brien\fa\fion 
Gender Iden\fi\fy or
Expression
Family Responsibili\fies Ma\fricula\fion
Poli\fical Affilia\fion
Gene\fic Informa\fion
Disabili\fy
FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE ACT OF 1990
The District of Colu\fbia Fa\fily and Medical Leave Act of 1990,
D.C. Law 8-181, requires, effective April 1, 1991, all e\fployers
of 20 or \fore e\fployees in the District of Colu\fbia to provide
up to 16 weeks of unpaid fa\fily leave:

for the birth of a child, adoption or foster care
 to care for a seriously ill fa\fily \fe\fber
And up to 16 weeks of unpaid \fedical leave:
 to recover fro\f a serious illness renderin\b the e\fployee
unable to work for a total of 32 weeks durin\b a 24-\fonth
period
Durin\b the period of leave, an e\fployee shall not lose any
e\fploy\fent benefits such as seniority or \broup health 
plan covera\be.
The e\fployer \fay require \fedical certification and reasonable
prior notice when applicable.
The Act applies to e\fployees who have worked for the e\fploy-
er for one year without a break in service and who have worked
at least 1000 hours durin\b the last 12 \fonths. E\fployers \fay
have leave policies which are \fore \benerous than those
required by the Act.
A COMPLAINT CONCERNING A DENIAL OF RIGHTS UNDER THIS
ACT MUST BE FILED WITHIN ONE YEAR OF THE OCCURRENCE OR
DISCOVERY OF THE VIOLATION.
If you feel you have been discri\finated a\bainst in any of the
above areas you \fay elect to either \bo directly to the court to
file a co\fplaint within one year of the alle\bed discri\fination or
you \fay report the act within 180 days to your depart\fental
EEO counselor who has 21 days to resolve the \fatter. If you are 
not satisfied with the results, you have 15 days to file a for\fal
co\fplaint with the EEO Director at the Office of Hu\fan Ri\bhts.
If you have any questions re\bardin\b this process you \fay 
contact the Intake Unit at the Office of Hu\fan Ri\bhts; 
Telephone nu\fber (202) 727-4559.
*Source of inco\fe and place of residence or business are not 
protected cate\bories in e\fploy\fent.	
PARENTAL LEAVE ACT OF 199\f 
In accordance with District of Colu\fbia Law 10-146, effective
Au\bust 17, 1994, an e\fployee who is a parent shall be entitled
to a total of 24 hours leave* durin\b any 12 \fonth period to
attend or participate in school-related events for his or 
her child. 
 “Parent” \feans natural \fother or father of child; 
 A person who has le\bal custody of a child; 
 A person who acts as a \buardian of a child re\bardless 
of le\bal appoint\fent; 
 An aunt, uncle, or \brandparent of a child; or 
 A person \farried to a person listed above. 
 “School-related event” \feans an activity sponsored by either
a school or an associated or\banization. 
*The leave provided by this Act \fay consist of unpaid leave unless the
parent elects to use any paid fa\fily, vacation, personal, co\fpensatory,
or leave bank leave that has been provided by the e\fployer. 
If you feel you have been discri\finated a\bainst in any of the
above areas you \fay elect to either \bo directly to the court to
file a co\fplaint within one year of the alle\bed discri\fination or
you \fay report the act within 180 days to your depart\fental
EEO counselor who has 21 days to resolve the \fatter. If you are 
not satisfied with the results, you have 15 days to file a for\fal
co\fplaint with the EEO Director.
If you have any questions re\bardin\b this process you \fay 
contact the Intake Unit at the Office of Hu\fan Ri\bhts; 
Telephone nu\fber  (202)727-4559.	
D I S T R I C T   O F   C O L U M B I A   G O V E R N M E N T   E M P L O \f E E S	
Sexual harass\fent is a for\f of sex discri\fination which is prohibited by the Act. In addition, harass\fent based on any of the above 
protected cate\bories is also prohibited by the Act. Discri\fination in violation of the Act will not be tolerated. Violators will be subject to 
disciplinary action.
Equal E\fploy\fent Opportunity Rules Governin\b Co\fplaints of Discri\fination in the District of Colu\fbia Govern\fent, Title 4 DCMR Chapter
1 and Chapter 5 protects your job-related benefits which include but are not li\fited to:
If you feel you have been discri\finated a\bainst in any of the above areas you \fay elect to either \bo directly to the court to file a co\fplaint
within one year of the alle\bed discri\fination or you \fay report the act within 180 days to your depart\fental EEO counselor who has 21
days to resolve the \fatter. If you are not satisfied with the results, you have 15 days to file a for\fal co\fplaint with the EEO Director at the
Office of Hu\fan Ri\bhts. For co\fplaints of sexual harass\fent, you \fay file directly with the Office of Hu\fan Ri\bhts.
If you have any questions re\bardin\b this process you \fay contact the Intake Unit at the Office of Hu\fan Ri\bhts; 
Telephone nu\fber (202) 727-4559.	
E m p l \b y e e s ’   R i g h t s   U n d e r   t h e   D i s t r i c t   \b f   C \b l u m b i a  
NOTICE  OF  NON-DISCRIMINATION	
Hirin\b 
Pro\fotion  Trainin\b
Recruit\fent Reassi\bn\fent 
Separation/Ter\fination	
Depart\fent 
EEO Counselor 
Location
Telephone	
For answers \fo ques\fions concerning
\fhe Ac\f or \fo file a complain\f under
\fhe Ac\f, con\fac\f:	Governmen\f of \fhe Dis\fric\f of Columbia | \bffice of Human Righ\fs
441 4th Street, N.W., 570N
Washin\bton, D.C. 20001
Telephone (202) 727-4559  Fax (202) 727-9589
www.ohr.dc.\bov
Adrian Fenty, Mayor	
 	
Vincent C. Gray, Mayor

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