Maryland Free Printable Equal Opportunity Law Posters Maryland Employment Discrimination is Unlawful (Poster-Color) Required

The Employment Discrimination is Unlawful (Poster-Color) is an equal opportunity law poster by the Maryland Department Of Labor, Licensing and Regulation. This is a mandatory posting for all employers in Maryland, 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 describes what employers and labor organizations cannot do with regard to potential and current employees/members of their organization. This poster also details what would qualify as an employer retaliating against an employer for filing an employment discrimination claim and how to file for an employment discrimination claim.


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DISCRIMINATION IS
UNLAWFUL
EQUAL TREATMENT FOR ALL CITIZENS IS THE POLICY OF 
BALTIMORE CITY
The employment section of the law applies 
in Baltimore City to
•	 PRIVATE	EMPLOYERS	WITH	15	OR	MORE		 	
EMPLOYEES
•	 ALL	LABOR	ORGANIZATIONS
•	 ALL	EMPLOYMENT	AGENCIES,	PUBLIC	AND	
PRIVATE
•	 CITY	AGENCIES
It is UNLAWFUL for an employer
•	 TO	DISCRIMINATE	WITH	RESPECT	TO	
RECRUITMENT,	HIRING,	FIRING,	AND		
PLACEMENT
•	 TO	DENY	EQUAL	OPPORTUNITY	FOR	UP-	
GRADING	OR	PROMOTION
•	 TO	DISCRIMINATE	IN	 THE	AREAS	OF	TENURE,	
COMPENSATION,	AND	OTHER	CONDITIONS		
AND	PRIVILEGES	OF	EMPLOYMENT
It is UNLAWFUL for a labor organization
•	 TO	DENY	TO	ANY	INDIVIDUAL	AN	EQUAL		
OPPORTUNITY	 TO	PARTICIPATE	IN	 TRAINING		
AND	APPRENTICESHIP	PROGRAMS
•	 TO	LIMIT,	CLASSIFY	OR	SEGREGATE	ITS		
MEMBERSHIP
•	 TO	DENY	EQUAL	OPPORTUNITIES	FOR		
MEMBERSHIP
It is UNLAWFUL for an employment agency  
to discriminate by 
•	 IMPROPERLY	CLASSIFYING	A	JOB	APPLICANT
•	 FAILING	TO	REFER	AN	INDIVIDUAL	FOR		
EMPLOYMENT
It is UNLAWFUL for an apprenticeship  
training program
•	 TO	DISCRIMINATE	 WITH	RESPECT	TO	RECRUITMENT,	
MEMBERSHIP,	ADMISSION,	PLACEMENT	OR		
CONDITIONS	OF	EMPLOYMENT	OR	TRAINING
Article	IV	of	the	Baltimore	City	Code	prohibits		
discrimination	in	employment	because	of	RACE,		
RELIGION,	COLOR,	NATIONAL	ORIGIN,	ANCESTRY,	
SEX,	PHYSICAL	or	MENTAL	DISABILITY,	AGE,		
SEXUAL	ORIENTATION,	GENDER	IDENTITY	or		
EXPRESSION,	and	MARITAL	STATUS	(the	prohibitions	
of	age	discrimination	are	limited	to	individuals	who	are	
at	least	18	years	of	age	but	less	than	65	years	of	age.)
YOU ARE PROTECTED IN YOUR RIGHT TO FILE A COMPLAINT 
BALTIMORE COMMUNITY RELATIONS COMMISSION
SUITE 915, 10 N. CALVERT STREET • BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 21202
TELEPHONE AREA CODE 410•396•3141
	 It	is 	unlawful 	for 	any 	employer, 	employment 	agen-
cy	 or	labor	 organization	 to	retaliate	 or	discriminate	
in	any	 manner	 against	an	individual	 because	he	has	
made 	a 	complaint, 	testified 	or 	assisted 	in 	any 	manner	
in 	any 	investigation, 	proceeding 	or 	hearing 	conducted	
by	the	Community	Relations	Commission.
 Except	 when	they	pertain	 to	continuous	 discrimi-
nation,	complaints	 must	be	filed	 within	 180	days	 of	
the	alleged	discriminatory	act.
	 Discrimination 	is 	also 	prohibited 	in 	places 	of 	public	
accommodations, 	educational 	institutions, 	health 	and	
welfare	agencies	and	housing.
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Other Maryland Labor Law Posters 5 PDFS

There are an additional ten optional and mandatory Maryland 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.

Poster Name Poster Type
Mandatory DLLR/OUI 328 to Employees Unemployment Law
Mandatory Maryland Minimum Wage and Overtime Law Minimum Wage Law
Mandatory DLLR PUB/OUI 6116 Health Insurance Law
Mandatory Discriminacio'n en el Empleo es Illegal (Spanish Poster-Color) Equal Opportunity Law
Mandatory Employment Discrimination is Unlawful (Poster-Color) Equal Opportunity Law

View all 11 Maryland labor law posters


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