The City of San Francisco’s Human Rights Commission released a new posting required for all employers with a business tax registration certificate from the City or that hold contracts with the City.[wc_divider style=”dotted” line=”single” margin_top=”” margin_bottom=””]
The new San Francisco workplace discrimination notice informs employees and independent contractors that employers and persons engaging the services of an independent contractor are prohibited from discriminating against protected persons during recruitment, hiring, training, promotion and termination.
The posting points out that retaliation for filing complaints of discrimination is illegal and the employers must provide reasonable accommodation for persons with disabilities. Additionally, the posting reiterates that City contractors must offer equal benefits to employees with domestic partners.
Which San Francisco Workers are Protected from Employment Discrimination?
Article 33 of the San Francisco Police Code prohibits employers from taking adverse employment action against protected classes of individuals based on:
- Race / Color / National origin / Place of birth
- Marital status
- Religion / Creed
- Sexual orientation / Gender identity
- Weight / Height
An employer commits unlawful discrimination by refusing to hire, firing, under-compensating, or making less favorable terms of employment for workers protected by the Article.[wc_divider style=”dashed” line=”single” margin_top=”” margin_bottom=””]
San Francisco City Posters
The GovDocs San Francisco City Poster Package includes postings by required for employers and businesses providing contracted services to the City of San Francisco:
- San Francisco Minimum Wage (6-Language version)
- San Francisco Paid Sick Leave (6-Language version)
- San Francisco No Smoking
- San Francisco Health Care Security Ordinance (6-Language version)
- San Francisco Family Friendly Workplace (6-Language version)
- San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance posting
- San Francisco Employment Discrimination is Against the Law
City Postings in the U.S.
Currently more than 40 cities require postings for some or all employers, and GovDocs monitors more those and a dozen more cities in the U.S. for new postings and posting updates. City posting coverage is just another reason why North America’s largest employers trust GovDocs for ongoing posting compliance.[wc_divider style=”solid” line=”single” margin_top=”” margin_bottom=””] [gravityform id=”2″ title=”true” description=”false”]