Disabilities (ADA): New Hampshire
- New Hampshire
- Disability Discrimination in New Hampshire
- The New Hampshire Law Against Discrimination
- Covered Employers
- What is a Disability?
- Qualified Individual with a Disability
- Duty to Accommodate
- Defenses to Discrimination Claims
- Posting Requirements
- Genetic Testing and Other Preemployment Issues
- Future Developments
- Additional Resources
The below content should be reviewed in conjunction with the in-depth federal coverage of this topic provided above.
- In addition to the federal equal opportunity laws, New Hampshire employers must comply with the state antidiscrimination law, the New Hampshire Law Against Discrimination. See Disability Discrimination in New Hampshire.
- New Hampshire expressly includes transsexualism within the definition of a disability. See The New Hampshire Law Against Discrimination.
- The New Hampshire Law Against Discrimination applies to employers employing six or more individuals. See The New Hampshire Law Against Discrimination.
- New Hampshire law contains a specific prohibition against performing any DNA analysis or genetic testing on individuals without that individual's informed consent. See Genetic Testing and Other Preemployment Issues.