Employment discrimination is something that no employee should have to struggle with. It’s hard to know that you’re being discriminated against. It could mean that you’re not able to get the roles you want at work or that you’re paid less just because of your gender or personal background.
Employment discrimination is a horrible situation for anyone to go through. Whether you’re White, Black, Asian, pregnant, disabled or fall into a protected group, being discriminated against is against the law. Employers often know that what they’re doing is wrong, but they hope that people won’t report them or will be like-minded enough to agree with their actions.
Discrimination in the workplace is still present today even though there are laws in place to fight it in California. Discrimination against potential employees and employees for their sex, race, ethnicity, origin, age, disability, if you have children, marital status, sexual orientation, pregnancy or any other physical feature is illegal. So, how can you spot discrimination in the workplace?