Discrimination and harassment by an employer can come various forms, and while most people will recognize these actions immediately, some are often overlooked and brushed off. We would like to dedicate this posting to some types of methods where an employee can recognizing discrimination andharassment by an employer, as well as tips on protecting your legal rights if you feel as though you may be the victim of discrimination or harassment in theworkplace or by an employer.
Here are some helpful steps to prevent workplace discrimination in the workplace:
-Conduct discrimination policy training at every level
-Draft Policies Prohibiting Workplace Discrimination
-Make literature readily available and mandatory reading
-Implement and carry our policies as needed and stay consistent
-Investigate problems from the start
If you present solutions and create an open door policy in your workplace you should be able to cut down the possibility of workplace discrimination. If you feel as though you may be the victim of harassment or discrimination, please consult your manager, supervisor or the necessary party to make sure that an investigation is started immediately.
If you feel as though you may have a claim against an employer and wish to take further steps, please contact Mark J. Berkowitz, at http://markjberkowitz.com.