Thinking back to how far equality has come for all types of different people, it's almost hard to imagine that discrimination still happens in the workplace. However, with so many different people working in a work environment, some people can't handle it. Discrimination in the workplace is not a legitimate or allowable behavior. If you feel you have experienced discrimination, here's what to look out for.
You’ve been working for your company for years. You’ve managed projects, you’ve been promoted and have always put your best work forward for them. Now, they are closing their doors to you. It can come out of nowhere, but it happens: suddenly you're faced with losing your job.
For every hour a person is working, it is another hour not spent with family, friends or leisure. As such, every worker is entitled to the pay they have earned. For some, pay can get complicated when figuring in overtime or other unusual hours.
If you’re someone who has worked in their field for a few decades, chances are you’ve felt at least a twinge of mistreatment because of your advancing age. Age discrimination is a problem nationwide, and it hurts some of the best trained and most experienced people in the job market.