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Questions an interviewer cannot ask you

Unfortunately, discrimination is still a problem in many areas, including Phoenix. While discrimination may not become obvious in a place of employment until a few weeks or months after starting the job, in some cases, the interview itself can produce significant red flags. As the job candidate, it falls to you to be aware of these signals, such as illegal questions.

Study examines workplace harassment, discrimination

Even though three-quarters of employees surveyed by the company Randstad US said they believed it was important for men to speak up about gender equality in the workplace, half of those surveyed also said they did not do so after a colleague said something that was not appropriate about another employee. Some Arizona workers may also be among the almost half who said their workplace did not offer mentoring or leadership programs tailored for women employees.

Title VII protections apply to men as well as women

The gender of a person performing work doesn't matter at all for most jobs. While certain career paths are historically associated with one gender or another, that doesn't mean that there is a natural or biological advantage to either gender in specific lines of work. People of either gender have the right to pursue any line of work they desire.

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