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Chicago Commission on Human Relations Cook County

Commission on

Human Rights

Illinois Department of Human Rights Equal Employ

Opp. Comm

National Labor Relations Board
Race

Color

Religion

Sex (including sexual

harassment and pregnancy) National Origin

Ancestry

Age

Disability

Sexual Orientation

Gender Identity

Marital Status

Parental Status

Source of Income

Military Status

Credit History

Criminal History

Retaliation

Race

Color

Religion

Sex (including sexual

harassment) National Origin

Ancestry

Age

Disability

Sexual Orientation

Gender Identity

Marital Status

Parental Status

Source of Income

Retaliation

 

Race

Color

Religion

Sex (including sexual

harassment) National Origin

Ancestry

Age

Disability

Sexual Orientation

(includes gender identity)

Marital Status

Pregnancy

Citizenship Status

Arrest Record

Native Language

Order of Protection

Race

Color

Religion

Sex (including sexual

harassment, sexual orientation, gender identity and pregnancy)

National Origin

Ancestry

Age

Disability

Genetic Information

Retaliation

 

Protected and Concerted Activities (i.e., group activity to improve workplace conditions)
 

740 N. Sedgwick

Suite 400

Chicago, IL 60654

(312) 744-4111

cchrfilings@cityofchicago.org

www.cityofchicago.org/ humanrelations

 

69 W. Washington St.

Suite 3040

Chicago, IL 60602

(312) 603-1100

 

 

 

Illinois Department of

Human Rights

100 W. Randolph

10th Floor, Intake Unit

Chicago, IL 60601

(312) 814-6200

www.illinois.gov/dhr

500 W. Madison

Suite 2000

Chicago, IL 60661

(800) 669-4000

www.eeoc.gov

 

219 South Dearborn Street
Suite 808
Chicago, IL 60604Tel: (312) 353-7570

https://www.nlrb.gov/

 

Be sure to consult with a lawyer regarding the appropriate forum for the filing of your claim.   If you file with the wrong agency and/or fail to file on time, this can result in you forever being barred from bringing a claim.  Your eligibility to file a claim with an agency will depend on where the conduct occurred, the type/size of the employer, the discrimination involved and many other factors.  This is for general guidance and is not legal advice and should not be relied upon.

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