You have the right and employers have the obligation to maintain a workplace free of discrimination. City, state, and/or federal law prohibit discrimination on the basis of a worker’s:
- Alienage or Citizenship Status
- Disability or Perceived Disability
- Sex, Gender, or Gender Identity (includes Sexual Harassment)
- Marital or Partnership Status
- National Origin
- Sexual Orientation
- Arrest or Conviction Record
- Caregiver Status
- Consumer Credit History
- Unemployment Status
- Status as a Victim of Domestic Violence, Stalking, and Sex Offenses
- Familial Status
- Military Status
The laws prohibits discrimination in any decisions that affect the terms and conditions of employment.
The laws also prohibit employers from retaliating against employees who have opposed discriminatory practices.