BUSI642 REPLY 1 WEEK 3.docx

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Thanks Abdul, for your great insight on discrimination, your clarity on discrimination is educative. As you clearly pointed out how discrimination takes place in almost every workplace, workplace occurs when an individual is adversely discriminated against due to factors like disabilities, pregnancy, age, gender and race. One of the strength in your discussion you pointed out is too many decry myth when discussing reverse discrimination, how affirmative action can imply that women and minorities are less qualified than white males. Additionally, with regards to gender about four in-ten working women (42%) in the United States say they have faced discrimination on the job because of their gender. (Parker & Funck, 2017). One of the biggest gender gaps in the area of income is one-in -four working women (25%) say they have earned less than a man who was doing the same job; one in twenty working men (5%) say they have earned less than a female peer.
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