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Employment Discrimination in the Workplace

It is unlawful for an employer, manager, supervisor or co-worker to discriminate against you because of your actual or perceived traits. In particular it is unlawful to subject an employee to differential treatment because of his/her:

In addition, the law also makes it unlawful for an employer, to fire or to refuse to hire a person or to discriminate against a person in terms of compensation, conditions or privileges of employment. By way of an example, it would be wrong for an employer to pay men a higher salary then women doing the same work or to refuse to hire a person for a job simply because the employer suspects the person may be a homosexual.

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