Situations that qualify as racial discrimination in the workplace include an employer intentionally selecting employees or applicants of a certain race and treating those employees less favorably than others, or when emp... More »

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Examples of discrimination in a workplace include age, religious, sex and racial discrimination. Employees are protected under the law against discrimination during recruitment, training, employment or dismissal. More »

To prove workplace discrimination, provide direct evidence, such as notes, memos and letters, from the employer who took a discriminatory action against you, or use circumstantial evidence if your employer did not make s... More »

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In 2014, McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurants agreed to pay $1.3 million to settle an Equal Opportunity Employment Commission lawsuit that charged the company's Baltimore, Maryland, locations with discriminating aga... More »

Making false accusations in the workplace may undermine organizational morale and productivity, and lead to employee discrimination, says the Houston Chronicle. An accused employee may also file a civil case based on cha... More »

Examples of discrimination in a workplace include age, religious, sex and racial discrimination. Employees are protected under the law against discrimination during recruitment, training, employment or dismissal. More »

When dealing with a demotion, employees have rights such as protection from demotion due to discrimination, family and medical leave, and veteran status, as stated by the Houston Chronicle. Employers have the right to de... More »

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