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What are the most common types of discrimination?

The most prevalent forms of discrimination in the workplace seen today are race and national origin. Discrimination based on national origin occurs when a business is opened by persons of one nationality who then discriminate in their hiring practices by only hiring other persons of their own nationality.

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The most prevalent discrimination that we see today are national origin and race discrimination. Some common examples are national origin. For example, there are instances where there is a particular culture that started the business that opened, let’s say Vietnamese for example. They opened up a retail store and they’re hiring. They tend to gravitate to hiring other Vietnamese, so if a Puerto Rican person comes in and asks for a job and they’re not even given the opportunity to apply simply because they are Puerto Rican and not necessarily Vietnamese.

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