Discrimination

CULTURE

What Does Your Name Say? The Hidden Bias Shaping Careers

In the professional realm, names carry weight beyond mere identity. A Harris Poll survey reveals a stark reality: name bias significantly impacts career prospects, especially for people of color. With over 2,000 American workers surveyed, findings disclose a disparity in name pronunciation ease and higher instances of workplace discrimination against non-white individuals. This bias not only fosters unnecessary workplace anxiety but also prompts many to alter their names for better acceptance, highlighting a critical oversight in current Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives.
GROW

How To End LGBTQ+ Discrimination In The Workplace

Is your workplace a welcoming, safe space for LGBTQ+ employees? As of June 15, 2020, the Supreme Court ruled that discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity is illegal under title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. This ruling, however,

NEWS

Google Is Doing What They Can to Make Up For Their Past Actions

Google was under fire for a while about former employees coming forward with the discriminations they faced working there. But the unveiling of discriminations did not stop there. Other employees continue to come forward and the DOL’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs has taken

SOCIETY

Google Is Under Fire With Recent Reports of Discrimination

Google. We all know this large tech company that, over the years, has completely implemented itself into our daily lives. From using their search engine to using their products, Google is one of the most popular large corporations in the world—no one can deny that.