What is unlawful harassment?
It is unlawful under federal and state anti-discrimination laws for an employer or person who is engaging your services to harass you in relation to your disability or health condition while you are a job applicant, employee or independent contractor.
It is also unlawful for an employer to harass your spouse, family members, friends, co-workers and carers in relation to your disability or health condition.
What is unlawful victimisation?
Unlawful victimisation is treating a person unfairly, or penalising a person, or threatening to penalise a person because they have made or intend to make a complaint of disability discrimination.
It is unlawful under federal and state anti-discrimination laws for you to be victimised for making a complaint of disability discrimination against an employer, a person who is engaging your services, or a person in the workplace.
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