Anti-Discrimination Employment Laws by State

Filed under Hiring Workers. Fact checked on May 25, 2012.

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State laws may subject employers with even a lone employee to anti-discrimination laws. Be certain you are in compliance by educating yourself about the laws in your state.

Click on your state on the map to get summaries of your state's law, including:

  • who qualifies as an employee
  • which employers must comply
  • what constitutes prohibited discrimination for covered employers
  • recordkeeping and posting requirements

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  12. Hawaii Employment Laws
  13. Idaho Employment Laws
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  20. Maine Employment Laws
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  23. Michigan Employment Laws
  24. Minnesota Employment Laws
  25. Mississippi Employment Laws
  1. Missouri Employment Laws
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  3. Nebraska Employment Laws
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  7. New Mexico Employment Laws
  8. New York Employment Laws
  9. North Carolina Employment Laws
  10. North Dakota Employment Laws
  11. Ohio Employment Laws
  12. Oklahoma Employment Laws
  13. Oregon Employment Laws
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  15. Rhode Island Employment Laws
  16. South Carolina Employment Laws
  17. South Dakota Employment Laws
  18. Tennessee Employment Laws
  19. Texas Employment Laws
  20. Utah Employment Laws
  21. Vermont Employment Laws
  22. Virginia Employment Laws
  23. Washington Employment Laws
  24. West Virginia Employment Laws
  25. Wisconsin Employment Laws
  26. Wyoming Employment Laws

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