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The GovDocs Research Department confirmed with the New Hampshire Commission for Human Rights that the New Hampshire Employment Discrimination is Against the Law posting is required both in English and Spanish for employers with six or more workers or for businesses subject to New Hampshire State Statute RSA 354-A.
New Hampshire Labor Law Posters
The postings are included in the GovDocs New Hampshire Poster Compliance Package along with other required New Hampshire workplace postings:
- Minimum Wage Law
- Protective Legislation Law
- Equal Pay Act (RSA 275:37)
- Whistleblowers’ Protection Act
- Unemployment Notice
- Employment Discrimination Is Against The Law (English)
- Employment Discrimination Is Against The Law (Spanish)
- Workers’ Right To Know
New Hampshire Anti-Discrimination Statute
New Hampshire law (RSA 354-A) makes it illegal for employers to discriminate against workers and applicants because of the age, sex, race, color, marital status, physical or mental disability, religious creed, national origin, or sexual orientation.
Which Employers are Covered by RSA 354-A?
The following employers covered by the RSA 354-A must comply with the statute’s requirements in all employment practices and must display the required New Hampshire Workplace Discrimination Notice in English and in Spanish:
- Employers with six or more workers.
- All state and political subdivisions, boards, departments, and commissions.
Which Employers are Not Covered by RSA 354-A?
- Employers with five or fewer workers.
- Social clubs.
- Fraternal or religious association or corporation (not for profit).
- Religious organizations and religious educational entities.