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How to identify and address employment discrimination

Many workers are regularly subjected to workplace discrimination without even knowing it. When it comes to acts of discrimination, most people take a very narrow view of the matter, envisioning a woman being told during a job interview that women are unsuitable for the advertised position, or an African-American man being forced to tolerate racial slurs while on the job. In reality, however, workplace discrimination is a far more insidious problem, and is often comprised of a number of subtle actions. Workers who are part of a protected class must learn to identify discrimination within the workplace, and how to respond.

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