Regulations Protecting Transgender New Yorkers from Discrimination
In October 2015, Governor Cuomo became the first executive in the nation to issue state-wide regulations prohibiting harassment and discrimination on the basis of gender identity, transgender status or gender dysphoria
Persons living with HIV/AIDS have the right to be free from discrimination under the New York State Human Rights Law. These protections cover employment, housing and access to places of public accommodation. Should you experience discrimination because of your HIV status, you have rights. Please call us at 888-392-3644 if you believe you have been discriminated against.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo signed legislation on October 21, 2015 designed to prevent discrimination and harassment in the workplace. The legislation directed DOL and DHR to make training available to employers to help them develop policies, procedures, and their own training to address and eliminate discrimination and harassment in the workplace.