100055 – Anti-Discrimination
Anti-Discrimination teaches employees how to recognize and prevent discriminatory workplace behavior.
The course outlines what workplace discrimination is and various ways it can happen, particularly around hiring, job opportunities, and termination practices.
Lastly, this course provides guidance on how to report actual and suspected violations of organizational policy or the law.
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Key Terms: accommodation | adjustments | age | applicants | applications | color | complaints | disability | discriminatory | gender identity | genetic information | handling complaints | hiring | interviewing | job assignments | lawful hiring | national origin | non-retaliation | opportunities | pregnancy | promotions | protected characteristics | race | reasonable accommodation | reasonable adjustments | recruiting | religion | religious beliefs | reporting | screening | sex | sexual orientation | termination | workplace discrimination