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Large companies may engage in age discrimination

A HubSpot job ad that was run on Facebook in November 2017 targeted individuals between the ages of 27 and 40. However, that may not be the only job ad that older folks in Arizona or elsewhere in America weren't able to see. According to a new report, companies such as Google and even Facebook itself have engaged in similar behavior.

But there's more to it than that...

Have you ever been to a place of business and received bad service? Sure. It happens everyday. People receive bad service. Big deal. But what happens when it's more than bad service, when you're completely denied service of your physical attributes, one of the reasons protected by law. That still happens even in this day and age.

Identifying casual racism in the workplace

If you've never heard the term "casual racism," you're not alone. Most people are only on the lookout for more overt forms of racism, such as using particular words or phrases or creating policies that very conspicuously privilege one person or population over another.

When can a well-intended policy turn out to be illegal?

Sexism in the workplace isn't always as obvious as we think. Sometimes a discriminatory practice can present itself as the result of a well-intended policy or mandate by your employer. Take this recent Colorado case as an example.

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