Fairness in treating people without prejudice; -- used mostly in reference to discrimination based on race, religion, and nationality.
The practice of not discriminating against members of disadvantaged or protected groups in hiring practices, policies, benefits or conditions of employment.
Equal employment opportunity as it was generally defined in the initial phases of development in the law of equal employment opportunity; Absence either of overt and intentional discrimination or affirmative action to eliminate the effects of past discrimination, whether intentional or not. The "Nondiscrimination Clause" required in federal government contracts has been expended through later regulations to include the requirement for written affirmative action plans with goals and timetables.
A requirement that group health plans not discriminate against you based on your health status. Your coverage under a group health plan cannot be denied or restricted, nor can you be charged a higher premium, due to your health status. Group health plans can restrict your coverage based on other factors (such as part time employment) that are unrelated to health status.
A requirement that group health plans cannot discriminate against you simply based on your health status. Also, Your coverage within a group health plan cannot be denied or restricted, nor can you be charged a higher premium.
a retirement plan is a qualified plan only if the contributions or benefits provided under the plan do not discriminate in favor of highly compensated employees.
Nondiscrimination is mandated by the ADA. No otherwise qualified disabled individual can, solely by reason of his or her disability, be subjected to discrimination. Covered entities are required under the ADA to ensure nondiscrimination by providing accessibility, equal opportunity and full participation in employment and public facilities and services.