§ 39.02  PROHIBITED ACTS OF DISCRIMINATION; EMPLOYMENT.
   (A)   With regard to employment, it shall be unlawful for any employers or labor organizations to engage in any of the following acts, wholly or partially for a discriminatory reason:
      (1)   To fail to hire, refuse to hire or discharge an individual;
      (2)   To discriminate against any individual, with respect to compensation, terms, conditions, or privileges of employment, including promotion. Nothing in this section shall be construed to require any employer to provide benefits, such as insurance, to individuals not employed by the employer;
      (3)   To limit, segregate, or classify employees in any way which would deprive or tend to deprive any employee of employment opportunities, or which would otherwise tend to adversely affect his or her status as an employee;
      (4)   To fail or refuse to refer for employment any individual in such a manner that would deprive an individual of employment opportunities, that would limit an individual's employment opportunities, or that would otherwise adversely affect an individual's status as a prospective employee or as an applicant for employment;
      (5)   To discriminate against an individual in admission to, or employment in, any program established to provide apprenticeship or other job training, including an on-the-job training program;
      (6)   To print or publish, or cause to be printed or published, any discriminatory notice or advertisement relating to employment. This division shall not be construed so as to expose the person who prints or publishes the notice or advertisement, such as a newspaper, to liability;
      (7)   To discriminate in referring an individual for employment, whether the referral is by an employment agency, labor organization or any other person.
      (8)   For any employer, employment agency or labor organization to discriminate against any person because the individual has opposed any practice forbidden by this chapter, or because the individual has made a complaint or testified or assisted in any manner any investigation or proceeding under this chapter.
      (9)   For any person, whether or not an employer, employment agency or labor organization, to aid, incite, compel, coerce or participate in the doing of any act declared to be an unlawful discriminatory practice by this chapter, or to obstruct or prevent any person from enforcing or complying with the provisions of this chapter, or to attempt directly or indirectly to commit any act declared by this chapter to be an unlawful discriminatory practice.
(Ord. 7906, passed 8-17-2009; Am. Ord. 8934, passed 6-7-2021)