Discrimination, for the purposes of employment law, is any workplace action such as hiring, firing, demoting, and promoting based on a prejudice of some kind that results in the unlawful treatment of protected classes. With some notable exceptions, such as affirmative action, discrimination is strictly prohibited by a myriad of federal laws.Read More...
From: HRLaws | 06/23/2015
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