Sub Rosa is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all applicable federal, state, and local fair employment practices laws. Sub Rosa strictly prohibits and does not tolerate discrimination against employees, applicants, interns, or any other covered persons because of age, race, color, religion, creed, alienage or citizenship status, national origin, ancestry, ethnicity, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, and related medical conditions), gender, gender identity or expression (including transgender status), actual or perceived sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, sexual or reproductive health decisions, military or veteran status, genetic information, predisposing genetic characteristics, marital or partnership status, familial status, caregiver status, domestic violence victim status, arrest records or past convictions, political activities, legal use of consumable products or legal recreational activities, union membership, unemployment status, credit history, association with a protected class, or and any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, New York, or local law (collectively referred to as “Protected Characteristic(s)”). All Sub Rosa employees, other workers, and representatives are prohibited from engaging in unlawful discrimination. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring, training, promotion, discipline, compensation, benefits, and termination of employment.
As used in this policy, “discrimination” is defined as the unequal treatment of an employee or applicant in any aspect of employment, including discrimination based solely or in part on the employee’s, or applicant’s, Protected Characteristic(s). Discrimination also includes unequal treatment based upon the employee or applicant’s association with another individual based on that individual’s Protected Characteristic(s).
Discrimination may include, but is not necessarily limited to: hostile or demeaning behavior towards applicants or employees because of their Protected Characteristic(s); allowing the applicant’s or employee’s Protected Characteristic(s) to be a factor in hiring, promotion, compensation or other employment-related decisions unless otherwise permitted by applicable law; and providing unwarranted assistance or withholding work-related assistance, cooperation, and/or information to applicants or employees because of their Protected Characteristic(s).