News and Articles About Discrimination
Carlson claimed in the lawsuit that Ailes took her off the popular morning show Fox & Friends in 2013, cut her pay and placed her in a less desirable afternoon time slot because she refused to have a sexual relationship with him.
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Given the today's hyper-sensitivity toward misogyny, racism and other forms of bigotry, you may commit unwitting 'microaggressions.' Here's how not to.
Even the fairest of employers knows that, for some jobs, gender, age and physical ability are valid reasons for hiring one person and not another.
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The feminist dating app's opposition to traditional gender roles goes beyond who makes the first move.
The retailer says that it stands for inclusivity and equality.
'The business community, by and large, has consistently communicated to lawmakers at every level that such laws are bad for our employees and bad for business.'
'Too old'? 'Too religious'? 'Too gay'? These discussions are absolute no-nos.
Allegations from a special needs applicant in Pennsylvania illustrate ongoing concerns about job discrimination.
With litigation under the Americans with Disabilities Act on the rise, companies should be adding web accessibility to their list of top priorities for 2016.
The bakery owners were found to be in violation of anti-discrimination laws because their bakery was not registered as a religious institution.
The employee claims her assistant and co-workers frequently mocked how she pronounced words like 'lunch,' 'buyer,' 'arrow' and, especially, 'bra.'
The city recently released updated guidelines on what actions are considered discrimination.
Prejudice does not discriminate. But as entrepreneurs, we celebrate defying norms, so this shouldn't be an issue.
Sometimes a potential employee isn't all he or she seems to be. Proper screening is a must.
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