LABOR LAW NEWS

Tucson: Revised Non-Discrimination Notice

Published on December 11, 2015

The Tucson workplace posting is required for employers in Tucson, and the changes are considered mandatory. Employers should replace their Tucson Non-Discrimination Notice immediately.

The Tucson Equal Opportunity Programs Division (EOPD) revised the Tucson Notice of Non-Discrimination posting, which is required for Tucson workplaces.

The EOPD enforces the Human Relations Ordinance, Chapter 17, of the Tucson City Code. The Notice informs workers that it is unlawful to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, ancestry, religion, disability, gender (sex), gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, or familial status under Chapter 17.

What Changed on the Tucson Notice of Non-Discrimination?

The most significant change was the inclusion of a 30-day window for No-Cause finding employment appeals. Housing no-cause findings still can be appealed within 15 days.

Other changes included:

  • Revised Department name from Office of Equal Opportunity Programs to Equal Opportunity Programs Division.
  • Updated EOPD zip code.

Tucson Notice of Non-Discrimination Posting Requirements

The Tucson Notice of Non-Discrimination is required for all employers to display in a conspicuous place.

This Labor Law News Blog is intended for market awareness only, it is not to be used for legal advice or counsel.

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