Discrimination at work

It is against the law for employers to discriminate against employees.

In this context, discrimination refers to limiting the fields in which they hire, as well as the types of industry that they work. It refers to firing someone or refusing to hire someone that has met the qualifications for the position, simply due to the person‘s race, religion, sex, physical disability, national origin, or memberships in certain social organisations.

Discrimination can take many forms, such as harassment and victimisation; it can be direct and indirect. Indirect discrimination may include cases when a policy is put into place that affects certain groups more than others.

 

 

 

 

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