EEOC Issues Documents Addressing Discrimination Against Muslim or Middle Eastern People

 
Thursday, December 24, 2015
 

EEOC released two resource documents, in question-and-answer format, explaining federal laws prohibiting employment discrimination against individuals who are, or are perceived to be, Muslim or Middle Eastern. One Q&A is for employees, and the other is for employers. The Qs & As assist employers and employees in understanding their rights and responsibilities under the federal laws enforced by EEOC. The documents encourage proactive communication among employers and employees to prevent and correct discrimination.

Questions and Answers for Employers: Responsibilities Concerning the Employment of Individuals Who Are, or Are Perceived to Be, Muslim or Middle Eastern (http://www.eeoc.gov/eeoc/publications/muslim_middle_eastern_employers.cfm) includes information about and examples of employer actions that may constitute discrimination on the basis of religion, race, or national origin. This technical assistance document also identifies steps employers can take to prevent and correct discrimination in the workplace. 

Questions and Answers for Employees: Workplace Rights of Employees Who Are, or Are Perceived  to Be, Muslim or Middle Eastern (http://www.eeoc.gov/eeoc/publications/muslim_middle_eastern_employees.cfm) explains federal protections against discrimination based on religion, race, or national origin in hiring, discharge, and other terms of employment. This technical assistance document also explains the prohibition against harassment and gives examples of religious accommodation in the workplace.

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