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In Michigan, it is illegal for an employer to discriminate against an employee or potential employee on the basis of race, religion, or national origin. Individuals who have experienced this type of civil rights discrimination in labor, including racial or sexual harassment, retaliation, hostile work environment and whistleblower violations, may be eligible for compensation and should consult a lawyer.
- Racial discrimination — Discrimination based on skin color or race.
- Religious discrimination — Discrimination based on an individual’s religion or beliefs. An employer must make reasonable accommodations for an employee who wishes to observe religious holidays, wear religious clothing, or observe other religious practices.
- National origin discrimination — Discrimination based on an individual’s country of origin in the interviewing, hiring, hours, pay, or any other aspect of employment is illegal. It is also illegal for an employer to discriminate against an employee or potential employee based on an accent.