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EMPLOYMENT LAW - FOR EMPLOYEES
HAVE YOU BEEN DISCRIMINATED AGAINST AT WORK?
Discrimination most commonly occurs in the workplace. It is essentially any conduct which makes distinctions between individuals or groups in a way that disadvantages some people and benefits others. These distinctions are commonly related to a personís gender, age, pregnancy, disability or race. Discrimination is distinct from workplace bullying; however both are unfortunately common in many workplaces. Please refer to our website on discrimination
to learn more.