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Tag Archives: “Reverse Discrimination”

Is “reverse discrimination” still a thing?

Posted in Affirmative Action, Discrimination
A recent study in Australia sought to determine whether “de-identifying” applications – removing any information relating to race and gender – would eliminate the effects of implicit or unconscious bias and “help promote gender equality and diversity in hiring. . . .” Surprisingly, the study found that non-minorities and males were more likely to be… Continue Reading

Friendly reminder: Reverse discrimination is against the law, too

Posted in Discrimination
Pretty obvious, but a decision issued this week serves as a good reminder to employers that all race discrimination is illegal, whether it’s against members of minority groups or whether it’s against Caucasians. A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit reversed summary judgment for a company that allegedly told a white worker… Continue Reading

What’s your workplace retaliation IQ?

Posted in Retaliation
It’s been a while since we’ve had an employment law quiz, so let’s do it! This one is on retaliation. As always, the answers will be provided after each question — you have our “no-pressure” guarantee. 1. What is retaliation? A. Getting even with somebody because he did something you don’t like. B. Denying somebody a… Continue Reading