The law does not require that all employees be treated equally, not only that they may not be treated differently because of their sex, race, religion, national origin, physical or mental handicap or age.
For example, when two employees are equal in job performance, an employer can not give one a better raise because of the employee’s sex or race.
Here's a brief summary of legal age laws in Maryland.
Age of Majority in Maryland Most states, including Maryland, have minor laws that state that 18 is the "age of majority," which is the age at which a citizen is considered an adult in the eyes of the law.
The rights of employees working in Maryland are protected by federal, state and local laws, as well as by common law through the actions for breach of contract, and intentional and negligent unlawful acts.
Most of the federal, state, and local statutes are enforced primarily by specific agencies.
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New Jerseys law, the adult must be in a position of authority over the victim and use this authority to coerce the victim submit to sexual penetration, although the law defines “coercion” broadly in this case. Pennsylvania prohibits consensual sex with a minor under 16 if the actor is at least four years older.
In North Carolina and Ohio, as in Connecticut, these provisions apply even if the student is 18 or older. 53a-71, a person is guilty of sexual assault in the second degree when he (1) engages in sexual intercourse with a minor who is 13, 14, or 15 and (2) is more than three years older than the minor.
However, the crime also includes cases in which a school employee engages in sexual intercourse with a student enrolled in a school in which he works or a school under the jurisdiction of the local or regional school board that employs him.
The Section of Labor Law and the Public Awareness Committee of the Maryland State Bar Association have prepared this information.
It is intended to inform the public and not serve as legal advice.