Discrimination in the workplace.
What is discrimination and how do you deal with it?
What is discrimination?
Discrimination in the workplace
Normally, jobs with higher occupational prestige or status pay more. These types of jobs are often viewed as those that require higher skills and qualifications or higher-level jobs. We can see from the above table that women’s average incomes are lower than men’s in nearly all job categories.
Other Types of Discrimination
- Caring responsibilities;
- Gender Identity;
- Intersex status;
- Marital Status;
- Sex (including sexual harassment);
- Sexual Orientation.
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