Job discrimination vs. Appeal, image, and tradition
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October 13th, 2012, 09:08 PM
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My questions for you are:
1) Are nondiscrimination laws appropriate, when it is so easy to discreetly, or justifiably, discriminate?
2) If they still are appropriate, then what limits, if any, should be placed on them so that commerce is not harmed?
I think job discrimination comes into play when you're not hired because the employer doesn't agree with (which is different than saying what is desired for the job) your race, creed, or orientation for instance (and probably other things I can't think of at the moment). And, more likely, explicitly says so.
Similarly if you're fired for such reasons. Or are treated unfairly by your employer for the same reasons.
And the law and proper channels should be pursued in such situations.
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