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National origin discrimination in the workplace

National origin discrimination involves treating employees or applicants in an unfavorable manner because of their association with a certain nationality, ethnicity, race or background. National origin discrimination arises when you are treated unfairly by an employer based on the reasons mentioned above. Employers sometimes make hiring, promotion and compensation decisions based on national origin which makes the decisions biased. Unfortunately, this biased approach is prevalent in many organizations, but it has been declared illegal under federal law and many state laws.

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The federal government takes wage and hour laws very seriously, and strict laws are in place to protect employees. If your employer is denying your paycheck and not paying you according to the rules and regulations, you have the right to file a complaint. The federal Fair Labor Standards Act was passed to protect employees that are mistreated by their employers. Any violations by the employer can be taken to court by registering a complaint under the FLSA.

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