Human Rights Web-Based Training

The Human Rights Bureau is the agency responsible for enforcing the Montana Human Rights Act, along with certain federal anti-discrimination statutes. The Bureau is committed to providing quality education and training opportunities to employers, employees, housing providers, tenants, and all Montana residents.

The Bureau offers a number of training opportunities. In addition to the various online sessions listed below, the Bureau may be available to provide specialized training in your workplace, contact us for more information. All education opportunities offered by the Bureau are available to you free of charge.

To learn more about discrimination laws here in Montana, join us on Zoom for our “First Friday” training sessions.  Enter your email address here to sign up to receive the monthly invitations.

Employment Discrimination Laws

Job Accommodation Network

Disability Accommodation & The Interactive Process

What is the Human Rights Bureau? (video)

Discrimination 101: The Basics (video)

An Overview of Disability Discrimination (video)

10 Quick Facts: Disability Discrimination (video)

Service Animals (video)

Reasonable Accommodations for Disabilities in Employment (video)

Discrimination in Montana's Public Accommodations (video)

Pregnancy Discrimination (video)

Sex Discrimination (video)

So You Think You’ve Got a Case for Discrimination? (video)

Vaccination Status & Immunity Passport Discrimination (video)

Creating a Respectful Work Environment (video)

Religion & Creed Discrimination (video)

Age Discrimination (video)

Discrimination in Montana's Hospitality & Service Industries (video)

10 Quick Facts: Hospitality, Bars, Casinos, & Other Businesses (video)

Retaliation (video)

Harassment in Employment (video)

Montana's Governmental Code of Fair Practices (video)

First Friday - Race, Color, & National Origin Discrimination (video)

Information provided in these presentations may constitute legal information. Legal information is not the same as legal advice -- the application of law to an individual's specific circumstances. We will do our best to provide you with neutral information that is accurate and useful, but we recommend you consult a lawyer if you want professional assurance that our information, and your interpretation of it, is appropriate to your particular situation.

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