Military Veterans Protected From Workplace Discrimination in California

With more than one-quarter of all homeless veterans living in the state, California has the highest number of homeless veterans in the U.S.

As part of a wave of new legislation signed by Governor Brown to help veterans, particularly homeless veterans, a change to the California Law Prohibits Workplace Discrimination posting adds “military and veteran status” to the list of classes protected from discrimination in employment and housing under California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act.

This change is reflected on the revised posting and is mandatory for employers in California to display. GovDocs’ updated California State-On-One poster includes the revised California Law Prohibits Workplace Discrimination posting and others required for California businesses.

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