The New Hampshire Commission for Human Rights has updated the mandatory New Hampshire Employment Discrimination posting. The posting, which lists all protected categories under the New Hampshire Law Against Discrimination, has been substantially redesigned.
In 2018, the New Hampshire legislature enacted House Bill 1319, adding gender identity to the list of protected categories. The law became effective July 8, 2018. The posting includes the new protected category and a new website address for the New Hampshire Commission for Human Rights. Individuals can visit the website to obtain more information on how to file a complaint with the Commission if they believe they have been subjected to unlawful discrimination on the basis of age, sex, gender identity, race, creed (religion), color, marital status, physical or mental disability, national origin or sexual orientation.
Every person, employer, employment agency, labor union, real estate agency and rental office subject to the New Hampshire Law Against Discrimination must post in a conspicuous place or places the Employment Discrimination posting. Employers with a New Hampshire All-On-OneTM Labor Law Poster can update their Employment Discrimination posting with the 2019 New Hampshire Employment Discrimination Peel ‘N PostTM sticker. Employers may also stay compliant by ordering the updated 2019 New Hampshire All-On-OneTM Labor Law Poster.