People with disabilities face widespread discrimination in the Workplace.
People with disabilities are not a homogeneous group.
Throughout the world, people with disabilities are participating and contributing in the world of work at all levels.
However, many persons with disabilities who want to work do not have the opportunity to work due to many barriers. was passed, employers were able to deny employment to a disabled worker, simply because he or she was disabled.
Their disability may have little impact on their ability to work and take part in society, or it may have a major impact, requiring considerable support and assistance (BAYEFSY, A 1990).
It is increasingly apparent that disabled people not only have a valuable contribution to make to the national economy but that their employment also reduces the cost of disability benefits and may reduce poverty.
Tattoos in the workplace do not affect ones working abilities; they bring diversity to the workplace and bring Discrimination, 1970 Menasche, Ann. : Communication in the Workplace-Closing the Gap Between Women and Men, 1995 Shaw, Victora, Ph. Coping with Sexual Harassment and Gender Bias, 1998 Weidenbaum, Murray. Christian Science Monitor, June 17, 1999:p.11 regardless of their abilities, qualities, or traits.
"Women Need Affirmative Action to Overcome Discrimination" Working Women: Opposing Viewpoints, 1998: p.89-94 Reardon, Kathleen K, Ph. Canada has been one of the worst affected territories where the workplace discrimination has dominated in the last century.
There have been several empirical studies that have been developed in an effort to evaluate whether the racial discrimination in the workplace is reducing in any way.
In order to investigate this topic, we shall consider two scholarly materials that will include “Racial and females in some lines of work, for example construction where women are physically incapable of doing some work.