Discrimination in the Workplace

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Learn the fundamentals of discriminatory behaviour and how to avoid and prevent discriminatory behavior in the workplace. Intended audience: Employees

From the author:Discrimination in the workplace is something no one should take lightly. Instilling an inclusive mentality in employees is essential for the effective and efficient performance of organisations. Discrimination still exists in some workplaces, putting its employees and associates at a disadvantage. This 5-part course works to eradicate an issue which is still prevalent by touching on topics such as what employment discrimination really is, its effects, how to be a role model and to speak up.

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  1. What is Employment Discrimination?
  2. The effects of discriminatory behavior
  3. Be a role model
  4. Speak up
  5. Lesson Review

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What you will learn

  • What is Employment Discrimination?
  • Be a role model
  • The effects of discriminatory behavior
  • Speak up

Discrimination in the Workplace course excerpts

What is Employment Discrimination?

Learn about the types of employment discrimination found in the workplace
Discrimination in the Workplace Course - Lesson Excerpt

Why does discrimination happen? From the list of images below, look carefully at each pair of shoes and make a selection. Don't worry, it will all make sense in a minute! Believe it or not, you've just discriminated against the other shoes! But don't worry, they're just shoes. Apply this analogy to the workplace and how people make decisions about other people. This is how discrimination begins. People often make choices about other people based on personal characteristics. It's sometimes intentional, but sometimes not - just like your pick of shoes.

Why does discrimination happen? From the list of images below, look carefully at each pair of shoes and make a selection. Don't worry, it will all make sense in a minute! Believe it or not, you've just discriminated against the other shoes! But don't worry, they're just shoes. Apply this analogy to the workplace and how people make decisions about other people. This is how discrimination begins. People often make choices about other people based on personal characteristics. It's sometimes intentional, but sometimes not - just like your pick of shoes.

Which of the following are examples of workplace discrimination? Select all that apply.

The effects of discriminatory behavior

Learn about the legal consequences of discrimination in the workplace
Discrimination in the Workplace Course - Lesson Excerpt

In what ways can workplace discrimination impact an employer? Select all that apply.

An employee cannot seek legal action against their employer for discrimination once their employment has been terminated.

Be a role model

Learn about techniques that you can use to prevent discrimination
Discrimination in the Workplace Course - Lesson Excerpt

If employees are making derogatory comments about homosexuality when no one on the team is homosexual, it's not discrimination.

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