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The Employment Discrimination Poster is a labor law posters poster by the South Carolina Department Of Labor, Licensing and Regulation. This is a mandatory posting for all employers in South Carolina, and businesses who fail to comply may be subject to fines or sanctions.

This is an updated and mandatory South Carolina Employment Discrimination Poster issued by the SC Human Affairs Commission.

The poster outlines protections against employment discrimination based on various characteristics, such as race, color, religion, age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity. The poster includes information on how to file a discrimination complaint and is designed to be displayed in a conspicuous location in the workplace for all employees to see.


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SOUTH CAROLINA HUMAN AFFAIRS LAW	 	
 PROHIBITS	 EMPLOYMENT 	D	ISCRIMINATION	 	
 	
 
 
  The South Carolina Human Affairs Commission (SCHAC) enforces state and federal laws that protect 	 	
  employees and applicants from employment discrimination.	 	
 
      	 	
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Enforcement is pursuant to SC Code Ann. § 1	–13	–90.	  For a full list of unlawful empl	oyment actions in this State, please refer to SC Code Ann. 	
§§ 1	–13	–80 & 41	–1–130.	 	
Under  state  law  an  employer  may  not  discriminate  against  you  on  the  bases  of	: Race,  Color, 	
National  Origin, Religion,  Age  (40+) or  Disability, Sex  (Including  pregnancy, 	childbirth,  or  related 	
medical conditions	, sexual orientation, or gender identity	). 	
Examples of Illegal Employment Practices	 	
All aspects of employment including:	  	
•	Failure to 	hire or 	promote	 	
•	Pay (Unequal wages or compensation)	 or Benefits	 	
•	Failure to provide reasonable accommodation due to: 	 	
o	a 	disability	  	
o	sincerely held	 religious belief, observance	, or 	practice.	  	
o	pregnancy, 	childbirth,	 or related medical condition, including, but not limited to, lactation.	 	
•	Unlawful 	Discipline/Demotion/Suspension	 	
•	Retaliation or conduct, that might reasonably discourage someone from:	 	
o	opposing discrimination	 	
o	filing a charge	 	
o	or participating in an 	investigation or proceeding	 	
•	Applying different terms and conditions of employment	 	
•	Harassment including:	 	
o	unwelcome verbal or physical conduct	 or 	Intimidation

How to report unlawful discrimination:	 	
If  you  believe  discrimination  has  occurred,  contact  the  South  Carolina  Human  Affairs 
Commission. 	 	
 	
• 	Complete a questionnaire:	 	
o Online	 at 	www.schac.sc.gov	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	  	
o Call us	 at 	(803) 737	-7800 or Toll	-Free at 	1-800	-521	-0725	 	
o In person or mail to	: 	
1026 Sumter Street, Suite 101	 	
Columbia, SC  29201	 	
• 	You must 	file a formal complaint	 to launch an investigation.	 	
• 	There are 	strict time limits	 for filing charges of employment discrimination.	  To preserve the ability to ac	t on 	
your behalf and to protect your right to file a private lawsuit, should you ultimately need to, you should contact 
the 	SC Human	 Affairs Commission promptly when discrimination is suspected.	 	
 	
 
 
 
 
 	
South Carolina Human Affairs Commission	 	
1026 Sumter Street, Suite 101	 	
Columbia, SC  29201	 	
www.schac.sc.gov	 	
Phone	: (	803) 737	-7800	 	 	Toll	-Free: 1	-800	-521	-0725	 	
(Revised 11/	14	/2022)	 	
The mission of the SC Human Affairs Commission is to eliminate and prevent unlawful discrimination in: 	Employment 	on 	
the  bases  of  Race,  Color,  National  Origin, 	Religion, 	Sex  (including  pregnancy,  childbirth,  or  related 	medical  condition	, 	
sexual  orientation,  or  gender  identity	),  Age  (40+),  or  disability; 	Housing	 on  the  bases  of:  Race,  Color,  National  Origin, 	
Religion, 	Sex,  Familial  Status  or  Disability;	 Public 	Accommodations 	on  the  bases  of:  Race,  Color,  National  Origin  o	r 	
Religion.	 	
 
Employers  including	 state  agencies,  local  governments  (as  employers),  educational  institutions  (as 	
employers),  and  local  subdivision  thereof,  shall 	POST,  KEEP  POSTED,  AND  MAINTAINED  IN 	
CONSPICUOUS  PLACES  UPON  THEIR  PREMISES	,  where  notices  to  employees  and  applicants  are 	
cust	omarily posted.

Other South Carolina Labor Law Posters 4 PDFS

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