Work Place Discrimination


Workplace discrimination refers to unfair treatment of an employee or job applicant based on certain characteristics protected by law. These characteristics can include race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, and sometimes sexual orientation or gender identity, depending on the jurisdiction.

Workplace discrimination is illegal in many countries, and there are laws and regulations in place to protect individuals from such treatment. These laws vary by country and jurisdiction, but they typically include provisions for reporting discrimination, investigating complaints, and seeking remedies for victims. Additionally, many companies have internal policies and procedures to address and prevent discrimination in the workplace.