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Discrimination in the workplace, based on race, color, ethnicity and/or national origin is against the law in the state of California and illegal under federal law. Racial discrimination is prohibited in all employment practices including: postings, listings or advertising for positions and/or work programs, interviews, hiring for any position, transferring, promoting or leaving a job and/or working conditions.
Racial discrimination in the workplace is illegal when such actions are taken in respect to the "terms or conditions of employment." "Terms or conditions of employment" and basically anything relating to a job position for example rate of pay, title, position, team role, hours, vacations, etc.
Hiring or firing is also a term or condition of employment.
Employment race discrimination in the workplace based on association with people of a particular race or ethnic background is also prohibited. An employer for example, cannot hire or fire an African American employee because the rest of the work group is from a different ethnicity. If it did so, the employee would be able to file a discrimination suit against his or her employer.
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