The Act Of Treating Or Considering Or Making A Difference

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The act of treating or considering or making a difference in favor of or against, a person or thing based on the group, class, or category to which that person or thing belongs rather than on individual merit─ discriminate. Directly or indirectly harass, taunt, inappropriate jokes, insults, or poster and/or picture that offends an individual because of one’s race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, or national origin. The acts of discrimination is illegal under the federal law called Title VII under the Civil Rights Acts of 1964. According to the, U.S Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, defines that it is illegal to discriminate against someone on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, or sex. The U.S. Equal…show more content…
In order for racial discrimination to exist, legal, the employer must display signs of mistreatment, bias, inequity and unfairness to the employee or prospective employee. However, each practice or observance is not consider a religion or belief. So, Title VII declare a religion or belief, a moral or ethical beliefs as what right and wrong which are held with strength of traditional religious views*. Therefore, Abercrombie & Fitch violated Title VII because they did not make accommodation and it did not do any undue hardship on the business, if the former employer is working in the stockroom. According to the, Religion and the US workplace, President Benjamin Franklin express the conflict and tension arises when the balance between of one’s employment and one’s faith, “work as though they would live a hundred years and pray as though they would die tomorrow.” However, during Franklin era, the average American during time work with someone with the same religion. Today’s Americans workplace environment is more diverse and with different religions and beliefs. In paper would illustrate religion discrimination in the workplace, religion freedom, and, religion and workplace accommodation. In addition, answer the questions to assignment #1. Religion discrimination in the workplace is the act of the mistreating applicant’s or employees

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