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Should employment laws apply to Community Associations?
August 2, 2011 - Sylvia Heldreth
Some community associations do not believe that employment laws apply to them because they are not profit making businesses. Since their purpose is to manage the assets of their associations, they believe they should not have to abide by laws like the American with Disabilities Act or the Pregnancy Discrimination Act. The costs of abiding by these can be high.
On the other hand, the workers protected by these laws think they were established for good reasons, whether their employer is for profit or not. The protections and advantages employment laws provide are important to many protected individuals.
Is it worth the cost? What do you think?
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