Workplace Discrimination: Who Is Most at Risk?

Workplace Discrimination: Who Is Most at Risk?

From women, Baby Boomers and the LGBT population to smokers, the obese, the mentally ill and those with strong religious belief, who is the most at risk for discrimination in the workplace? According to America’s politicians and some recent poll results, all of these demographics suffer from inequality in the job market. The good news is […]

Discrimination Is Not Always Hostile

Discrimination Is Not Always Hostile

In a theoretical review published by American Psychologist, Tony Greenwald and Thomas Pettigrew have offered a new perspective on discrimination. Through examination of available surveys and experiments, Greenwald, a psychologist at the University of Washington (UW) and Pettigrew, from the University of California at Santa Cruz (UCSC), concluded that much discrimination is caused more by […]

Anti-Gay Discrimination About to Become Law in Arizona?

Anti-Gay Discrimination About to Become Law in Arizona?

Gay discrimination is about to become law in Arizona, if the Governor, Janice Brewer, doesn’t veto it. A bill passed on Thursday allows businesses to refuse to serve people if they feel it is against their religious principles to do so. Bill SB 1062 has been strongly criticized as permitting discrimination under the guise of religious […]

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