By Staff Report
Jan. 6, 2010
The document, from law firm Littler Mendelson and ethics and compliance training company ELT, covers prohibited discrimination, reporting procedures, retaliation and enforcement. It should be customized for the organization to which it would apply. Its authors note: “This is a sample policy only and does not constitute and is not a substitution for consultation with legal counsel. The law in this area constantly changes and must be reviewed before implementing any policy in this regard. This sample policy should not be implemented or executed except on the advice of counsel.” View the sample policy here.
The ELT site also has a 50-state survey of discrimination laws.
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