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Facebook to Stop Ethnicity-Based Targeting for Some Ads
The feature, intended to help advertisers reach ethnic groups with relevant ads, has come under fire from politicians and civil rights leaders.
Airbnb Now Requires That Hosts Accept Anti-Discrimination Rules
If you're kicked out for racism or sexism, you can't feign ignorance.
Workforce Discrimination Is Costing Business $64 Billion Every Year
Raising the issue of job discrimination usually falls to those who are hurt most. Everybody else wants to change the subject.
Ex-Fox News Host Gretchen Carlson Sues CEO Roger Ailes, Claiming Sexual Harassment
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.
Hiring Requires Choices and Not Every Choice Is 'Discrimination'
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.
Why Bumble's Anti-Bullying Open Letter to a Male User Is Totally on Brand
The feminist dating app's opposition to traditional gender roles goes beyond who makes the first move.
Target to Allow Transgender People to Use Bathroom of Their Choice
The retailer says that it stands for inclusivity and equality.
Big Business Leaders Urge Repeal of Mississippi Law Opposed by LGBT Community
'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.'
Leaders Need These 8 Guardrails for Dealing With Workplace Political Discussions
'Too old'? 'Too religious'? 'Too gay'? These discussions are absolute no-nos.
5 Ways to Make Your Company's Hiring Process More Fair
Allegations from a special needs applicant in Pennsylvania illustrate ongoing concerns about job discrimination.