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1. The National Labor Relations
Act of 1935 forbids discrimination against employees because of union
2. The Civil Rights Act of
1964 says that employers can't make hiring decisions based on gender,
race, religion, nationality or handicaps.
3. The Equal Pay Act of 1964
says that employers must pay the some wages to male and female employees
who do the same work.
4. The Age Discrimination
Employment Act of 1967 protects workers, especially those between the
ages of 40 and 70, against age discrimination
5. The Pregnancy Discrimination
Act of 1968 says that pregnant workers cannot be forced to leave a job
early because of their pregnancy unless their job involves a safety
or health hazard.
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