4 Signs That Racism May Be an Issue in Your WorkplaceThursday 12 May 2016
Even the suggestion of racism occurring at your office would make most employers feel uncomfortable, and British Prime Minister David Cameron’s accusation that the UK’s biggest businesses maintain “ingrained, institutional and insidious” attitudes that hold black and ethnic minority (BAME) employees back, reaffirmed the work British bosses still have to do to tackle the issue.
From preferential treatment for people of a certain race to the use of racist terminology, racial discrimination occurs when a person or institution alters its actions or behaviours based on race or ethnicity.
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