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Discrimination

Laws prohibit discrimination based on age, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, race, disability, or sexual orientation.
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Sexual Harassment

Laws prohibit employers from allowing sexual harassment to occur at work. Sexual harassment can take many forms.
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Other Harassment

Laws prohibit employers from allowing harassment based on protected characteristics to occur at work. Harassment can take many forms.
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Retaliation

The law protects employees who complain about discrimination and harassment, including on behalf of others.
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Wrongful Termination

The law protects employees who exercise their rights, refuse to break the law, or report illegal activity.
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Drug Testing

Iowa’s drug testing law is complicated. Workers have rights regarding when and how they can be tested for alcohol or drugs.
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Unequal Pay

Laws prohibit employers from paying employees differently based on a protected characteristic, like their sex or race.
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FMLA Violations

The FMLA provides employees with unpaid leave for their own, or a family member's, serious health condition.
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Civil Rights

The state and federal constitutions protect your right to free speech and prohibit unlawful searches, seizures, and excessive force.
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Wage Violations

Employers have to pay you for all the time you work. They must pay the minimum wage and must pay in regular intervals.
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