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Take these steps to prevent gender discrimation

Gender discrimination is pervasive throughout society. In the United States, we're becoming more aware of this ugly behavior, but we have a long way to go before we eradicate it. Especially, in workplaces, gender discrimination is particularly damaging because of the way it results in female employees receiving fewer opportunities, less pay and unfair treatment.

Is age discrimination affecting your career negatively?

You've got years of experience in your field and a strong work history. Still, you're having trouble advancing your career, especially now as you approach retirement age. You're passed over for promotions and raises, while younger employees with less experience climb the ladder. Maybe your manager or co-workers joke about your age, which makes you feel disrespected and embarrassed. It seems like your employer doesn't value your experience, but rather views it as a negative thing. This is age discrimination, when older professionals face serious workplace discrimination.

Gender discrimination is still common in the workplace

Maybe you have that one manager that all the other female employees warned you about, the one who makes off-color remarks or touches you when you're not comfortable with it. Perhaps you've learned that your male co-workers are receiving higher wages than you are for the same job. Maybe you've been denied advancement in favor of a less qualified male co-worker.

8 steps to fight gender harassment

Sexual harassment, a common form of gender discrimination, has been a hot topic in the news during the last year, with some very high profile cases. Studies have shown that up to 38 percent of women in the workforce have experienced sexual harassment from a male employer. Of those, over 70 percent did not report the incidents. This is mostly because the process of reporting sexual harassment can be intimidating and sometimes humiliating for the victim.

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