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EEOC Enforcement Guidance and Policy Documents

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Visit our What An Employer Should Know page for more information. Employers are highly encouraged to do the following: Position Statements Position statements shall provide an “Adequate Affirmative Defense” for the alleged material adverse employment actions taken against the Employee.  Failure to do so may result in a “Cause Finding.” For example, in a Disability […]

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Protected Classes

The Office of Anti-Discrimination enforces laws against employment discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, national origin, disability, age (40 or older), marital status, or genetic information. These laws can be found in 19 Delaware Code Chapter 7. Other laws may protect you from other types of discrimination, such as discrimination in public accommodation or […]

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Delaware Non-Discrimination Plan

Send Comments to State of Delaware Non-Discrimination Plan 2023-25 EO Officer Roles and Responsibilities Equal Opportunity Is The Law Equal Opportunity Is The Law (Spanish) Monitoring Tool (American Job Center) Monitoring Tool (Eligible Training Providers) Discrimination Complaint Log Discrimination Complaint Form

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Office of Anti-Discrimination

The Office of Anti-Discrimination enforces laws against employment discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, national origin, disability, age (40 or older), marital status or genetic information.

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File a Charge

Any individual who believes that his or her employment rights have been violated under the Delaware Discrimination in Employment Act or the Handicapped Persons Employment Protections Act may file a charge of discrimination with DDOL.

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Mediation Questions & Answers

Questions and answers about DOL mediation.

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What an Employer Should Know

>The DDOL has authority to receive, initiate and investigate charges of discrimination filed against employers who have a statutory minimum number of employees.

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The Office of Labor Law Enforcement serves to ensure fair and equitable treatment in the workplace by enforcing or administering 22 state and federal labor laws, including wage payment, minimum wage, child labor, prevailing wages for state-funded construction projects, and discrimination laws.

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Resources for Claimants

Looking to file an unemployment insurance claim? Not currently working but able to work? Explore the options below for more details on all of our claimant services. File a Claim for… File an Unemployment Insurance Claim File a Discrimination Charge Submit a Worker’s Compensation First Report of Injury E-File a Worker’s Compensation Petition/Motion Apply for […]

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