EEO - Discrimination: Massachusetts
- Discrimination Under the Massachusetts Fair Employment Law
- Governing Law and Investigatory Agencies
- Bona Fide Occupational Qualification
- Individual Liability
- Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination
- Required Posting
- Protected Classes Under Massachusetts Law
- Disability and Reasonable Accommodation
- Conditions Considered Disabilities
- Reasonable Accommodation
- Religion and Religious Accommodation
- Gender Identity
- Policy Against Sexual Harassment
- Marital Status
- Criminal Record
- Genetic Testing
- AIDS Testing
- Massachusetts Equal Rights Act
- Massachusetts Equal Pay Act
- Boston Anti-Discrimination Ordinance
- Protected Classes
- Administrative Process
- Future Developments
- Additional Resources
The below content should be reviewed in conjunction with the in-depth federal coverage of this topic provided above.
- The Massachusetts Fair Employment Law prohibits discrimination in employment. See Discrimination Under the Massachusetts Fair Employment Law.
- Massachusetts has a greater number of protected classes than federal law. See Protected Classes Under Massachusetts Law.
- Massachusetts restricts an employer's ability to question applicants and employees about their criminal record. See Criminal Record.
- Massachusetts has an equal pay law. See Massachusetts Equal Pay Law.
- Boston's antidiscrimination ordinance lists more protected classes than both the federal and statement antidiscrimination laws. See Boston Anti-Discrimination Ordinance.