News and Articles About Discrimination
Bentley's president explains how corporate America can become more actively engaged in promoting diversity.
Training of leaders can include awareness of micro aggressions, inequities or indignities.
Many entrepreneurs may be surprised to learn that federal laws have not addressed sexual-orientation or gender-identity bias inside private companies.
A group of franchisees are accusing the convenience chain of trying to make a profit by systematically forcing South Asian immigrant franchisees out.
Whitney Wolfe, former vice president of marketing, says she was repeatedly called a whore by top Tinder execs, and that her status as a co-founder was revoked because she was female.
Tom Preston-Werner's departure comes a month after an employee publicly stated that she was harassed by members of GitHub's leadership team.
Employee takes to Twitter to announce resignation and air her grievances with her company's leadership team.
Hiring people who are just like you will lead to less creativity and ultimately less profit.
The Employment Non-Discrimination Act, or ENDA, would add costs and complications to businesses that have already shown they are far more enlightened than the government, writes Ray Hennessey.
Facebook's COO says there is a bias in the business world that women are too aggressive.
Managing employees comes with hidden costs. Find out how to protect yourself from situations that can emotionally and financially devastate a business.
Employees can make or break your success as a small business owner. Here's how to make better hires.
Big companies do a lot to promote diversity. But there is plenty small companies can do to make sure they're welcoming to all employees, too. Here are five ideas:
Many women-led business owners still spar in a battle of the sexes. Here are three of their stories.
These 20 hiring and firing errors--and the suggestions for avoiding them--should help you steer clear of discrimination lawsuits.
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