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Discrimination based upon Disability

In this vignette, it’s obvious that denying the woman employment in this situation is not fair, but does it fit within a protected class? Actually, it does. This would be discrimination based on disability.

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  • Ensuring Professional and Compliant Behavior
  • Fostering Inclusion, Equity & Belonging

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Video Vignette01:25 minEnglishDemo
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Trainer Comments: Not all forms of discrimination are obvious. Discrimination can be subtle and can happen by association. It can even go unrecognized by the person doing the discriminating. The laws against discrimination also protect persons who may suffer personally or professionally, even if those in power do not intend to discriminate or do not recognize the discrimination.

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