Department of Labor and Regulation

Title - Division of Human Rights

Caseload Statistics

On average, the Division takes in approximately 130 charges each year. Of all the different reasons for protection (e.g., race, color, national origin, etc.), most filings are based on sexual discrimination, which includes sexual harassment, pregnancy discrimination and gender discrimination. The most common charge is sexual harassment.

Sexual discrimination, retaliation (being treated adversely because of opposition to discriminatory practices or filing a charge), disability discrimination and race discrimination comprise about 90 percent of the Division's work. Similarly, approximately 90 percent of all charges filed are employment-related.

Caseload Reports for

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2011
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2009

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Marcia Hultman, Secretary
700 Governors Drive
Pierre, SD 57501-2291
Tel. 605.773.3101
Fax. 605.773.6184