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Employees with disabilities are protected from discrimination and retaliation in the workplace at state and federal levels. Your disability might be physical, mental, or another type of impairment, and it should not affect fair treatment in the workplace by colleagues or professional associates working below you, above you, or at the same level in an organization. The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 enforces state and local government services (Title II) and public accommodations and commercial facilities (Title III) to abide by all stipulations regarding discriminatory or retaliatory acts based on an employee’s disability.

Preserving Justice in the Workplace Since 1992