The harassment and discrimination at work have been redefined by the labour code
Following the publication of Law 151 of 23 July 2020 in the Official Gazette No. 658 of 24 July 2020, additions and amendments to the Labour Code were made in terms of discrimination against employees.
Thus any discrimination, direct or indirect, against an employee, by association, harassment or victimization, on the basis of race, nationality, ethnicity, color, language, religion or social origin, genetic characteristics, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, chronic non-malattie contagiose, HIV infection, political option, family situation or responsibility, membership or trade union activity, membership in a disadvantaged category is prohibited.
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