6 Anti-Discrimination Hiring Laws for Recruiters to Know

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Complying with anti-discrimination hiring laws protects recruiters, HR, and employers from costly lawsuits and legal fees associated with discriminatory recruitment practices. 

In 2022, the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission received 73,485 complaints about race, sex, age, religion, disability, color, and national origin. 

Key Anti-Discrimination Hiring Laws  1. Anti-Discrimination Hiring Laws: The Civil Rights Act of 1964 (CRA) 

This is a landmark law that prohibits discrimination against applicants based on protected characteristics such as: 

Sex: Gender, gender identity and sexual orientation Race: color, skin tone, hair texture, ancestry, national origin, and other physical characteristics associated with race Religion: any religious belief or practice

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