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Race discrimination through criminal background checks

For the majority of people employed in Minnesota and states around the country, the fact that an employer will probably conduct a criminal background check on them at some point may not be particularly alarming. However, there is evidence that many employers use the information to make important hiring decisions, committing race discrimination and breaking the law in the process.

Race discrimination through criminal background checks

For the majority of people employed in Minnesota and states around the country, the fact that an employer will probably conduct a criminal background check on them at some point may not be particularly alarming. However, there is evidence that many employers use the information to make important hiring decisions, committing race discrimination and breaking the law in the process.

Race discrimination may have led to police officer's dismissal

Issues of prejudice and discrimination are always sensitive topics. Oftentimes, acts of discrimination are subtle and may be difficult to prove. This can be especially true in a workplace setting, where the employer maintains a certain degree of discretion to hire, fire and reprimand workers as he or she deems appropriate. In order to establish that workplace discrimination has taken place, it must be proven that the alleged victim in the incident was treated differently than someone else would be under similar circumstances. Minnesota workers and people across the country can see how complex it is to navigate discrimination issues by considering this recent lawsuit.

Race discrimination may have led to police officer's dismissal

Issues of prejudice and discrimination are always sensitive topics. Oftentimes, acts of discrimination are subtle and may be difficult to prove. This can be especially true in a workplace setting, where the employer maintains a certain degree of discretion to hire, fire and reprimand workers as he or she deems appropriate. In order to establish that workplace discrimination has taken place, it must be proven that the alleged victim in the incident was treated differently than someone else would be under similar circumstances. Minnesota workers and people across the country can see how complex it is to navigate discrimination issues by considering this recent lawsuit.