Hawaii Laws Prohibiting Employment Discrimination Poster Required
The Laws Prohibiting Employment Discrimination is a labor law posters poster by the Hawaii Department Of Labor and Industrial Relations. This is a mandatory posting for all employers in Hawaii, and businesses who fail to comply may be subject to fines or sanctions.
This poster must be posted in a conspicuous place where all employees will see it. It talks about how employees have the right to be free from discrimination in the workplace, examples of discrimination in the workplace and how to file a complaint if discriminated against.
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You have the right to be free from unlawful discrimination in your employment. All applicants and employees of private and public employers (except the federal government), union members, and job seekers in employment agencies are protected by Hawaii law against employment discrimination. You cannot be denied a job, fired, or subjected to unequal terms and conditions of employment because of your race, sex, including gender identity or expression, reproductive choices, refusing to enter into a nondisclosure agreement that prevents you from discussing workplace sexual harassment or assault sexual orientation, age, religion, color, ancestry/national origin, disability, marital status, civil union status, credit history, credit report, arrest and court record (except in limited circumstances), or domestic or sexual violence victim status. Sexual harassment by a supervisor or coworker is a form of sex discrimination . Employers are prohibited from retaliating against you for disclosing sexual harassment or sexual assault. Examples of Unlawful Employment Discrimination: If you are a pregnant employee and are denied leave recommended by a doctor or are denied reinstatement to the same or comparable position after giving birth. If you are subjected to unwanted sexual advances or demands, offered benefits in exchange for sexual favors, threatened with demotion, firing, or loss of benefits for refusing sexual advances, or subjected to unwelcome sexual conduct. If you are denied a job or a promotion because of your race, sex, including gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, religion, color, ancestry, disability, marital status, civil union status, credit history, credit report, arrest and court record (except in limited circumstances), or domestic or sexual violence victim status. Filing a Complaint: You have the right to file a complaint if you have been subjected to discrimination because of your race, sex, including gender identity or expression, reproductive choices, refusing to enter into a nondisclosure agreement that prevents you from discussing workplace sexual harassment or assault, sexual orientation, age, religion, color, ancestry, disability, marital status, credit history, credit report, arrest and court record, or domestic or sexual violence victim status. You can file a complaint by calling the Hawaii Civil Rights Commission. Under state law, you must file your complaint within 180 days of the act of discrimination. You have the right to be free from discriminatory or retaliatory action from your employer for filing a complaint, participating in an investigation, or opposing a discriminatory p r a c t i c e . Hawaii Civil Rights Commission: Oahu: 586-8636 Hawaii: 974-4000, ext.68636 Maui: 984-2400, ext.68636 Kauai: 274 -3141, ext.68636 Molokai/Lanai: 1-800-468-4644, ext.68636 TDD/TTY 586-8692 This notice provides general background information on labor laws administered and enforced by DLIR's Disability Compensation Division and is not intended to serve as a substitute for legal counsel. For specific legal advice on individual situations, please consult an attorney. Anne E. Eustaquio, Director Department of Labor and Industrial Relations *You may satisfy Hawaii Labor Laws’ posting requirements by posting our official labor law poster. For more information: http://labor.hawaii.gov/labor-law-poster/ Equal Opportunity Employer/Program Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. TDD/TTY Dial 711 then ask for (808) 586-8866. Revised 09/21/2020
Other Hawaii Labor Law Posters 4 PDFS
There are an additional fifteen optional and mandatory Hawaii labor law posters that may be relevant to your business. Be sure to also print all relevant state labor law posters, as well as all mandatory federal labor law posters.
- Original poster PDF https://labor.hawaii.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/20200921-Employment-Discrimination-Poster.pdf , updated December 2021
- Hawaii Labor Law Posters at http://labor.hawaii.gov/labor-law-poster/
- Hawaii Department Of Labor and Industrial Relations
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