Discrimination Quiz

By Miriam Ziemelis

Format: Evaluation Assessment

Discrimination is very tricky and very serious. What may seem like harmless company policy may legally fall into the discrimination category. How much do you and your HR team know about discrimination? Take this quiz and find out--before it's too late.

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This varies by jurisdiction, and some items are not as clear cut as expressed. For example recording of an interview varies hugely between different places, and asking a question that MAY indicate an ethnic background is NOT considered inappropriate in many places - it is only use of this to actually discriminate that would cause a problem.

Best to be safe, but you also needs to know how this varies and which areas are "being safe", and which absolute law.

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