There's a very subtle way that women are discriminated against in the job market.
If an employee has filed a complaint against your company due to the discriminatory behavior of other employees, you are now in the peculiar position of having to defend that person from his or her co-workers -- whether you want to or not.
There's been an uptick in cases of workplace discrimination toward Muslim-Americans -- to the tune of 250 percent since before the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
A Google employee made national headlines after writing an anti-diversity memo that essentially stated, among other things, that women were biologically unsuited to the tech industry.
Disparate impact discrimination is hard for a lot of people to understand because it is (usually) a type of unintentional discrimination.
Workplace bullies are manipulators. They aim to control others on an emotional or physical level, usually through anxiety, in order to meet their own personal agenda.
A cancer diagnosis is no longer always the end of someone's life -- and certainly not the end of their career. Given the constant breakthroughs in medicine and the way that treatments for cancer are becoming both less difficult to endure and more effective, many cancer victims continue working through their treatment. Others take a brief medical leave, fight off the illness and return to work when they're almost well again.
An Atlanta appeals court decision over the firing of a lesbian security guard has upended the definition of sex-based discrimination used by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
It seems hardly believable that a school district in this modern age wouldn't have a policy in place to deal with the maternity leave of one of its administrators.
How old is too old to be relevant in today's tech job market? If the number of lawsuits alleging age discrimination in California are any indication, it doesn't take long before you "age out" of the market as far as high-tech employers are concerned.