Discrimination is treating people differently because they are members of a certain group. Discrimination is an action that makes a distinction between people on the basis of class category without regard to individual merit.
Even though federal and state laws prohibit discrimination based upon
Religion, disability and sexual orientation there is still a lot of discrimination occurring, where workers face persistent patterns of employment discrimination.
The case that I would like to describe concerns the unfair treatment at one of the Companies whose name I would not like to mention.
The Company hires about 1500 employees and has about 45 departments. In ...view middle of the document...
I think that most employees want fair and decent treatment from their employer. This includes a living wage for a good day’s work, decent benefits and equal possibilities for advancement. It also means that employees expect not to be discriminated because of age, sex, race, religion, political persuasion, or personal preferences. In my opinion it is important to remember that if a manager treats their employees unfairly they will hate their jobs, work below their capabilities, and feel under-valued. Discrimination is illegal; however employees cannot claim a charge of illegal discrimination merely because they feel that they are treated unfairly. There may be a number of reasons why managers treat their employees unfairly, including poor management.
In the above situation the employer should fire, or at least discipline, a manager who violates antidiscrimination laws. Since workers who believe their manager is discriminating unlawfully against them, on racial grounds might:
- seek legal advice about pursuing their claim in an employment tribunal
- consult trade union
- file a complaint with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
It is also the company’s responsibility to prevent unlawful racial discrimination or...