New York Free Printable Equal Opportunity Law Posters New York Discrimination in the Workplace Poster

The Discrimination in the Workplace is an equal opportunity law poster by the New York Department Of Labor. This poster is mandatory for some employers, including employers with four and more workers.

This poster, written in English and Spanish, is optional to post and describes on what grounds employers and employees cannot legally discriminate against others. This means that employers against discriminate against possible and current employees and employees cannot deny services, including public accommodations, to anyone due to any of the factors mentioned on this poster. In addition, those in the rental, lease or sale of housing, land and commercial space cannot discriminate against anyone either. There are some exceptions to this law but if anyone feels like they have been discriminated against they can file for a complaint.


NY All-In-One Labor Poster: Instead of printing out dozens of posters, employers can also purchase an all-in-one poster that covers both New York and Federal poster requirements by clicking here .

It appears you don't have a PDF plugin for this browser. Please see the link below to download new-york-poster.pdf.

WWW.DHR.NY.GOV
WWW.DHR.NY.GOV(718) 741-8400   (888) 392-3644   
TTD (718)741-8300
DISCRIMINATION REALLY HURTS.
IF YOU SEE IT OR EXPERIENCE IT, CALL US.
WE’RE HERE .
E S TA D O   D E   N U E VA   YO R K
DIVISIÓN  DE
DERECHOS
HUMANOS
LA DISCRIMINACIÓN REALMENTE HACE DAÑO.
SI ES TESTIGO O VÍCTIMA DE ELLA,  LLÁMENOS.
ESTAMOS AQUÍ PARA SERVIRLES
. 
(718) 741-8400   (888) 392-3644   
TTD (718)741-8300
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS SUBJECT TO THE NEW YORK STATE HUMAN RIGHTS LAW 
(EXECUTIVE LAW, ARTICLE 15)
DISCRIMINATION BASED ON AGE, RACE, CREED, COLOR, 
NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, MILITARY STATUS, 
SEX, DISABILITY, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE VICTIM STATUS, OR 
MARITAL STATUS IS PROHIBITED BY THE NEW YORK STATE 
HUMAN RIGHTS LAW IN:
EMPLOYMENT, BY EMPLOYERS OF FOUR OR MORE PEOPLE, EMPLOYMENT  AGENCIES, LABOR ORGANIZATIONS AND APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING 
PROGRAMS
Also prohibited: discrimination in employment on the basis of Sabbath observance or  religious practices; prior arrest or conviction record; predisposing genetic characteristics.
Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities may be required. A reasonable accommodation is an adjustment to a job or work environment that enables a person  with a disability to pe rform the essential functions of a job in a reasonable manner.
RENTAL, LEASE OR SALE O
 F HOUSING, LAND AND COMMERCIAL SPACE
Exceptions:
(1)  rental of an apartment in an owner-occupied two-family house (2)  restrictions of all rooms in  a housing accommodation to individuals of the same sex
(3)  rental of a room by the occupant of a house or apartment (4)  sale, rental, or lease of accommodations of housing exclusively to persons 55 years   of age or older, and the spouse of such persons
Also prohibited: discrimination in housing on the basis of familial status (e.g. families  with children)
Reasonable accommodation
 s an  ifidom d cations for persons with disabilities may also be 
required.
ACTIVITIES OF REAL ESTATE BROKERS AND SALES PEOPLE Also prohibited: commercial boycotts and blockbusting.
PLACES OF PUBLIC ACCOMMODATION, RESORT OR AMUSEMENT SUCH AS RESTAURANTS, HOTELS, HOSPITALS, CLUBS AND MEDICAL OFFICESException: 
Age is not a covered class  ifi cation relative to public accommodations.Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities may also be required. (Effective January 1st, 2008.)
ADVERTISING AND APPLICATIONS RELATING TO EMPLOYMENT, REAL ESTATE
 , 
PLACES OF PUBLIC ACC OMMODATION AND CREDIT TRANSACTIONS
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS: NON-SECTARIAN, TAX EXEMPT, PUBLIC AND  PRIVATE
ALL CREDIT TRANSACTIONS INCLUDING FINANCING FOR PURCHASE, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF HOUSING
If you wish to el if   a formal complaint with the Division of Human Rights, you must do so  within one year after the discrimination occurred. The Division’s services are provided free of charge.
If you wis el if ot h  a complaint in State Court, you may do so within three years of the discrimination. You may no ob el if t th wit h the Division and the State Court.
Retaliation fo  if r ling 

a complaint or opposing discriminatory practices is prohibited. 
You  c a el if yam omplaint with the Division if you have been retaliated against.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, WRITE OR CALL THE DIVISION’S NEAREST OFFICE. HEADQUARTERS:  ONE FORDHAM PLAZA, 4TH FLOOR, BRONX, NY 10458
ESTE ESTABLECIMIENTO ESTÁ SUJETO A LA LEY DE DERECHOS HUMANOS DEL ESTADO 
DE NUEVA YORK (LEY EJECUTIVA, ARTÍCULO 15)
LA DISCRIMINACIÓN BASADA EN EDAD, RAZA, CREDO, COLOR,
NACIONALIDAD, ORIENTACIÓN SEXUAL, ESTADO MILITAR, SEXO,
DISCAPACIDAD, ESTADO COMO VÍCTIMA DE VIOLENCIA 
DOMÉSTICA, O ESTADO CIVIL ESTÁ PROHIBIDA BAJO LA LEY DE 
DERECHOS HUMANOS DEL ESTADO DE NUEVA YORK EN: 
EL EMPLEO, POR PARTE DE EMPLEADORES CON UN PERSONAL DE CUATRO PERSONAS O MÁS, EN SINDICATOS Y PROGRAMAS DE ADIESTRAMIENTO Y CAPACITACIÓN
También se prohíbe: La discriminación en el empleo basado en la 
observación del Sabat y otras prácticas religiosas, por previos arrestos o antecedentes  criminales, por predisposición genética. 
En casos de personas con discapacidades físicas se puede exigir que se le proporcionen ajustes necesarios y razonables. Un ajuste razonable es una modi  cación en el lugar o ambiente de 
trabajo que permita que una persona con discapacidades pueda desempeñar sus funciones de forma razonable.
ALQUILER, CONTRATO DE ALQUILER, VENTA DE VIVIENDAS, TIERRAS O ESPACIOS COMERCIALES
Excepciones: 
(1)  el alquiler
 de un apartamento en una casa para dos familias en la que reside el propietario
(2)  la restricción de todas las habitaciones de una propiedad residencial para alojamiento de     individuos del mismo sexo
(3)  el alquiler de una habitación por el ocupante de una casa o apartamento(4)  la venta, alquiler, contrato de alquiler en viviendas  para alojamiento exclusivo de personas   de 55 años o más y sus respectivos esposos o esposas
También está prohibido: la discriminación en viviendas basada en la situación familiar (ejemplo:  familias con niños)
También se puede exigir que se hagan ajustes 
 razonables  ifidom y  caciones para las personas 
con discapacidades.
ACTIVIDADES DE AGENTES Y VENDEDORES DE BIENES RAÍCES Está prohibido: los boicots comerciales y la práctica de vender o alquilar viviendas a grupos étnicos minoritarios en barrios habitados predominantemente por blancos, con el propósito de depreciar las propiedades y hacer especulaciones. A ésta práctica se le conoce en inglés como  blockbusting.
SITIOS PÚBLICOS, LUGARES PARA VACACIONAR O DE ENTRETENIMIENTO COMO RESTAURANTES, HOTELES, HOSPITALES, CLUBES Y CONSU LTORIOS MÉDICOS
E

xcepción: 
La edad no es una de las categorías protegidas con respecto a los sitios públicos.
Ajustes razonables para las personas con discapacidades también pueden ser requeridos.  (Efectivo el 1ero de enero del 2008.)
PUBLICIDAD Y SOLICITUDES RELACIONADAS A EMPLEOS, BIENES RAÍCES, SITIOS  PÚBLICOS Y OPERACIONES DE CRÉDITO
INSTITUCIONES EDUCATIVAS: QUE NO SEAN RELIGIOSAS, LIBRES DE IMPUESTOS, PÚBLICAS Y PRIVADAS
TODAS LAS OPERACIONES DE CRÉDITO INCLUYENDO FINANCIAMIENTO DE COMPRA, MANTENIMIENTO O REPARACION ES DE
 VIVIENDAS
Si desea presentar una querella con la División de Derechos Humanos, debe hacerlo dentro de  un  plazo de un año después que el acto discriminatorio haya ocurrido. Los servicios que ofrece la División son gratuitos.
Si desea presentar una querella ante la Corte Estatal tiene un plazo de hasta tres años después  del incidente discriminatorio para hacerlo. No puede presentar su queja en ambos lugares, la División y la Corte Estatal.
Está prohibido tomar represalias contra una persona porque haya presentado una querella  o por oponerse a  conductas discriminatorias. Usted puede presentar una querella ante la 
División si han tomado represalias en su contra.
PARA MÁS INFORMACIÓN, ESCRIBA O LLAME A SU OFICINA DE LA DIVISIÓN MÁS 
CERCANA.
SEDE:  ONE FORDHAM PLAZA, 4TH FLOOR, BRONX, NY 10458  
ANDREW M. CUOMO, GOVERNOR
 

GOBERNADOR  ANDREW M. CUOMO

Other New York Labor Law Posters 5 PDFS

There are an additional six optional and mandatory New York 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 Minimum Wage Poster Minimum Wage Law
Mandatory Safety & Health Job Safety Law
Mandatory Criminal Convictions Records Equal Opportunity Law
Mandatory Construction Industry Fair Play Act Employee Classification Law
Mandatory Construction Industry Fair Play Act (Spanish) Employee Classification Law

View all 7 New York labor law posters


Get a 2018 New York all-in-one labor law poster

Instead of printing out pages of mandatory New York and Federal labor law posters, you can purchase a professional, laminated all-in-one labor law poster that guarantees compliance with all New York and federal posting requirements. Fully updated for 2018!

Get 2018 All-In-One Poster Now

Poster Sources:

Disclaimer:

While we do our best to keep our list of New York labor law posters up to date and complete, we cannot be held liable for errors or omissions. Is the poster on this page out-of-date or not working? Please let us know and we will fix it ASAP.

** This Document Provided By LaborPosters.org **
Source: http://www.laborposters.org/new-york/257-discrimination-in-the-workplace-poster.htm