New law bans genetic discrimination

11/23/2009 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A new anti-discrimination law, which prohibits employers from hiring, firing or basing promotions on genetic makeup of their employees, took effect Saturday. NFIB's legal team is advising members that any piece of medical history -- whether an employee's own or that of a family member -- constitutes genetic information.

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