March 18, 2013

The Law and Your Job

Major Federal Laws

Federal laws have a tremendous impact on the workplace, impacting on the entire spectrum of rights and responsibilities on the job. This section looks at just some of the major federal laws.

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What are the major federal anti-discrimination laws?

What aspects of the employment relationship are regulated by these laws?

What types of employers are regulated under Title VII?

How do I know if an action is discriminatory in violation of the law?

What should I do if I think I have been discriminated against in violation of the law?

How does someone file a charge under federal law?

What is the Age Discrimination in Employment Act?

What types of employers are regulated under the ADEA?

Is there a federal agency responsible for enforcing the ADEA?

What is Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act?

What is a “disability”?

What types of employers are regulated under the ADA?

Is there a federal agency responsible for enforcing the ADA?


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