Friday, December 17, 2010
Federal Act on equal treatment of staff
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was to enforce the equal employment opportunity Commission federal laws to prohibit employers discrimination against workers. These laws do not unequal treatment of employees based on age, sex, race, disability, age, national origin, and other personal characteristics. Age in employment ActThe age discrimination in employment Act is a federal law prohibiting employers to treat older workers over 40 less favourably because of age. Some countries laws, the protection of workers aged less than 40 have equal pay ActUnder of equal pay Act, equal pay when another employee is entitled, if jobs is much the same as the other, depending on your employer made offensive comments to your theme EEOC.HarassmentIf or other women are in General, it is regarded as sexual harassment. Other forms of forbidden practices include sexual advances or requests, sexual harassment (physically or verbally) sexual nature.RetaliationThe the Commission prohibits employers from retaliation to the employees a discrimination lawsuit filed occurred no discrimination files, even if the Commission decided in the case.ComplaintsIf that you feel that your employer has been evidence of discrimination, harassment or unfair treatment, have a complaint to the Commission or the federal courts and submit.