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NATIONALITY (TITLE VII)

Working in the United States is legally an equal opportunity market. Employers of any type, including private companies and public organizations, must adhere to the legal employment rights of all applicants, current employees, and any associates with whom they conduct business. An employee’s nationality is among their protected qualities, safeguarded under state and federal law. Individuals from any country worldwide have the right to fair and equal treatment in the workplace. The law prohibits  discrimination, harassment, or retaliation based on nationality; and affords all employees the legal right to file a claim and seek justice should their rights be violated.

Preserving Justice in the Workplace Since 1992