What type of actions do Title VII, the ADEA, the ADA and the FCRA prohibit regarding the treatment of individuals covered by the protected categories in each of the anti-discrimination statutes?

For employers: the hiring, promotion, discharge, compensation, terms, conditions and privileges of employment, classifying, limiting or segregating employees or job applicants.

For Labor Organizations: limiting, segregating, or classifying membership or applicants for membership; and in referral of individuals for employment. Labor organizations may not exclude, expel or otherwise discriminate against persons covered by these laws and may not cause an employer to discriminate against covered individuals. Labor organizations are covered as employers for the purpose of interpretation of these laws.

For Employment Agencies: the classification or referral of individuals for employment. For purposes of these anti-discrimination statutes, employment agencies are covered as employers.

For Employers, Labor Organizations and Employment Agencies: Printing or publishing discriminatory advertisements; and retaliating against any individual for opposing a discriminatory practice, or the filing of a charge of discrimination with the Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”), the Florida Commission on Human Relations (“FCHR”), a local fair employment practices agency (“FEPA”) or participating in an investigation by one of these agencies.

In addition to the above, Title VII, the ADA and the FCRA explicitly prohibit discrimination based on the protected classes covered by these statutes by any employer, labor organization, or joint labor-management committee controlling apprenticeship or other training or retraining, including on-the-job training programs or employment in any program established to provide apprenticeship or other training.

%d bloggers like this: