Workplace Discrimination

A pair of toy gorillas were found attached to a noose in an area for employees.
When a direct "no" is not an option, there are ways to tactfully turn down a coffee request, joining a planning committee or doing office housework.
The media mogul said she'd once been told she "was not entitled to earn the same kind of money" as her male counterpart.
The case marks a pivotal moment in the fight for gay civil rights, but the current composition of the court is making advocates nervous.
It's on all of us, queer or not, to build a safer world for LGBTQ people.
Some of the most affected have been left out of the movement, and it's time we talk about it.
"How can I operate with integrity and stay on at E if they’re not willing to pay me the same as him?"
Here is the confusing video on sexual harassment that members of Congress and their staffers have to watch.
When it comes to the rights of workers trying to stand up to unfair practices, Gorsuch’s record is downright frightening.
"Uber has had countless opportunities to do the right thing ."
It would have let government contractors fire LGBTQ employees in the name of religious liberty.
A new website, Worker.gov, seeks to make it easier to protect your rights.
If a person who is deaf feels like they are a valuable part of the workforce, they are likely to perform better and feel more invested in the success of the company.
Disabilities can be challenging to navigate not only for the families of those who are dealing with disabilities but for
The American Bar Association has adopted a new anti-discrimination rule, but not everyone's happy.