Job Discrimination

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How to File a Charge of Job Discrimination

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is responsible for enforcing federal laws that make it illegal to discriminate against a job applicant or an employee because of certain protected classes. Learn how to file a charge of discrimination.

Pre-Complaint Questionnaire For Employment Discrimination

Submitting a Pre-Complaint Questionnaire is the first step in filing a discrimination complaint with the Hawaii Civil Rights Commission (HCRC). After reviewing your Pre-Complaint Questionnaire you will be contacted for an intake interview and, where appropriate, provided assistance in filing a formal complaint for employment discrimination.

Mediation on Hawaii Island - Hilo

Ku'ikahi Mediation Center provides a variety of dispute prevention and resolution services to our East Hawaii community. We help individuals, families, organizations, businesses, schools, and others to find creative solutions to challenging situations.

Mediation on Hawaii Island - Kona

West Hawaii Mediation Center strives to provide an array of high quality conflict resolution services to community members and organizations throughout West Hawaii.

Mediation on Kauai

Mediation Services from Kauai Economic Opportunity (KEO) can address a number of issues. Mediators from the agency facilitate dispute resolution in a confidential, informal and non-threatening manner, with the aim of avoiding court proceedings or preventing evictions.

Mediation on Maui

Maui Mediation Services, Inc. was established in 1982 to provide creative and appropriate ways of resolving disputes

Mediation on Oahu

Mediation Center of the Pacific's mission is to provide high quality mediation and dispute resolution services that are affordable and accessible on the island of Oahu.

Different Types of Job Discrimination

Learn about the various types of discrimination prohibited by the laws enforced by EEOC.

Learn about Domestic Workers' Rights

If you work in a home, cleaning, cooking, caring for a child, doing laundry or other domestic service, you have the right to be free from discrimination on the job, payment of at least the state minimum wage, and overtime pay after 40 hours of work in a week

Read about Wrongful Termination

This brochure is useful if you think that you were wrongfully terminated (fired) from your job.

Barriers to Finding and Securing Employment

Learn about some of the work restrictions you might face with a criminal conviction record.

Employment Discrimination Based on Criminal Records

Learn about illegal discrimination in the workplace based on an employee's criminal record, and the law's that protect against such discrimination.

HIV & Your Civil Rights in the Workplace

Learn about your legal rights against discrimination if you have tested positive for HIV, or if you have AIDS.

Learn about Domestic Workers' Rights

If you work in a home, cleaning, cooking, caring for a child, doing laundry or other domestic service, you have the right to be free from discrimination on the job, payment of at least the state minimum wage, and overtime pay after 40 hours of work in a week

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