Creating A Work Environment Of Social Equality

In the United States, workplace discrimination based on race, religion, gender, or disability is illegal. However, since 2010, more than 1 million (paywall) employment discrimination complaints have been filed, and 82% of those cases resulted in no relief for the worker. Even more unsettling, cases filed about race have the lowest percentage (15%) of success in terms of relief.

Whether through the hiring process, performance reviews, or benefits received, workplace inequality is a big problem in the United States. With people worldwide taking to the streets to protest racial injustices, it’s as important as ever for business leaders …