This is sexual harassment. Oh really? I guess I’ll have to fire you then.(n.d. Lexi Cubbins)
One example of racial and sexual discrimination in the workforce is. McDonald’s, workers from Virginia are suing their stores for racial discrimination and sexual harassment .The 10 plaintiffs nine of whom are African-American, and one of whom is Hispanic say they were wrongfully fired last year and replaced with mostly white workers because their managers believed there had been “too many black people working in the store.” The lawsuit claims that women were harassed and groped and that minorities were subjected to racist taunts...
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...rst of all, people need to know that discrimination still exists. It is still real in the workplace, and we should not take that for granted.(n.d. Alexis Herman).There are laws that provide protection for people that have no place to turn when organizations feel to provide protection to its employees’. There are also laws that protect men and women for sexual harassment in the workplace. Employees should beware that employer cannot punish employees’ for complaining about job discrimination or, harassment, employees’ have a right to file a job discrimination complaint with the EEOC. Human resources management should make sure that all managers and supervisors understand their responsibility to provide a non- discriminatory and sexual harassment work free atmosphere. Organization and employees need identify the policy and procedures for dealing with sexual harassment.
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