Louisiana Free Printable Equal Opportunity Law Posters Louisiana Equal Opportunity for All Required

The Equal Opportunity for All is an equal opportunity law poster by the Louisiana Office Of Human Resources. This is a mandatory posting for all employers in Louisiana, 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. This poster discusses discrimination and how it is illegal to for employers to discriminate against employees and if an employee feels discriminated against the poster also lists where to file a complaint.


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Equal 
Opportunity 
for 
All
 
 
 
 Discrimination Has 
No Place
 
 Equ
al oppo
rtun
ity is the 
law. It is against the 
law for 
recipients 
of 
Fed
eral financial assistance
 to 
discriminate on  the 
basis of 
the fol
lowi
ng
: 
 
1.  
Against any 
ind
ividu
al in the 
United States, 
on the 
basis of 
r
ace
, color, 
religion,
 sex, 
nation
al origin, age, 
disability, 
political affiliation
 or 
belief; and 
 
2.  
Against any beneficiary  of any program 
financially assisted 
under 
Title I of the  Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act 
(WIOA) on the basis of the beneficiary’s citizenship/status as a 
lawfully ad
mitted imm
igrant autho
rized to  work 
in the 
United States, 
or on the 
basis of 
his/her participation
 in any 
Lou
isiana Workforce 
Comm
ission
 (LWC) 
program or 
activity. 
 
The 
recipient must not 
discriminate in any  of the 
fol
lowi
ng
 
areas: 
 
1. Deciding
 who 
wi
ll be 
ad
mitted or who 
wi
ll have 
access 
to 
any LWC 
financially assisted program  or 
activity, 
 
2. 
Providing
 oppo
rtun
ities in, or 
treating
 any 
person 
with 
regard to, such  a program  or 
activity, 
 
3. 
Making
 employment 
decision
s in the 
ad
ministration
 of, or 
in conn
ection
 with,  such  a program  or 
activity. 
What to 
Do 
 If you 
think that  you  have  been  
sub
jected to 
discrimination
 
und
er a WIOA 
Title I financially assisted program  or 
activity, you 
may file 
a c
omplaint wi
thin 180 days  from the  date  of the 
alleged violation.
 
 
If you 
elect to  file your 
complaint with  the  State  
Equ
al 
Oppo
rtun
ity (EO) 
Officer or with 
this office,  you  must  
wait un
til 
the 
recipient issues a 
decision
 or 
un
til 90  days  have 
passed, 
whichever is sooner, 
before  
filing
 with 
Civil 
Righ
ts Center  
(CRC) 
(see 
address to the right). 
 
If the 
state 
EO Officer  or 
this office  has  not 
provided you  with 
a 
written decision
 wi
thin 90  days  of the 
filing
 of the 
complaint, 
you 
need  not 
wait for a 
decision
 to  be 
issued, but may file a 
complaint with CRC 
wi
thin 30  days  of the 
expiration
 of the  90 
day 
period.
 (In other words, w ith in the 120 days after the day on 
which you 
filed your 
complaint with  the 
recipient.) 
 
If the State EO Officer or 
this office  does  
give you  a 
Written 
Notice
 of 
Final Action
 on  your 
complaint, but  you  are 
dissatisfied 
with 
the recipient’s resolution
 of your 
complaint, you  may  file a 
c
omplaint with  CRC. Such 
complaints must b e  filed 
wi
thin 30 
days of 
the date you 
rece
ived the 
Written Notice
 of 
Final Action.
 
To file your  complaint contact: 
Louisiana Equal 
Opportunity Officer 
Compliance Programs 
Director
 
Louisiana 
Workforce
 
Commission
 
Post Office Box 94094
 
1001 North 23rd.  
Street
 
Baton Rouge, LA 
70804-9094
 
Phone     (225) 
342-3
075
 
Fax (225) 342-7
961
 
TDD 
1-800-259-5154
 
 
Or you may file at this 
office: 
Director of 
the
 
Civil 
Rights 
Center
 
U. S. 
Department 
of Labor 
200 Constitution  Avenue 
NW Room  N-4123 
Washington, DC 20210
 
 
 
 
 
This notice must 
be 
posted 
in a c
onspicuou
s 
place, setting forth 
information to 
effectuate 
this purpose. 
R.S. 
23:314
 
 
Revised March 2017
 
 
 
  
 
 An Equal Opportunity  Employer Program. Auxiliary  aids and services are available upon request to individuals  with  disabilities. 
1-800-259-5154 (TDD) 
 
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