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A Guide to Discrimination for Companies

The world has evolved greatly from the class systems that existed in the past to a modern-day where equality among all people is expected. According to the United States Constitution, all people are created equal under the law. This equality should extend to all aspects of life from school to the workplace and all places in between. However, various types of discrimination, while illegal, still exists in various places.

Discrimination takes many different types and forms in daily life. Some of the various types of discrimination include being discriminated because of age, disability, national origin, race, religion and by sex. Some types of discrimination are less hurtful than others, however, regardless of intent, discrimination is still illegal.

Discrimination can take many different forms. Some types can simply being the thought that people will act differently because of age or disability, and may not be given the same chance as others. Other types of discrimination can be more hurtful to people because of race, color or sex. Regardless of the type of discrimination that is being done, it can be harmful for employer and employees.

Since the adoption of the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights, it has been a principal that all people should be equal under the law. However, the government has needed to continue to enact legislation which protects the rights of all people. Some of the laws include the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and Age Discrimination in Employment Act f 1967. These are just a few of the laws in place to protect the rights of all people.

Discrimination Overview

Discrimination for Employees

  • Employment Discrimination – Informative page providing an overview of employment issues.

  • Equal Employment - Government website which provides contains information on equal employment for employees.

  • Employment Problems - Page with information on issues related to employment problems and issues.

  • Employment Laws – Web page which defines employment discrimination and discusses the various laws.

  • Employment Discrimination Examples – Helpful page which provides information and examples of typical discriminatory practices in the workplace.

Discrimination for Employers

Discrimination Laws

Discrimination Resources

We hope that this information has broadened your knowledge about the problems associated with discrimination and what has been done in the past and what continues to be done today to ensure that all people are treated equally in all aspects of their lives. Please feel free to visit this page often.