Systematic Discrimination

In the context of employment refers to the pervasive and institutionalized practices, policies, or behaviors that result in unfair treatment or disadvantage for certain individuals or groups based on their characteristics such as race, gender, age, religion, disability, or sexual orientation. It is a form of discrimination that is deeply ingrained in the structures and processes of organizations and can have a significant impact on hiring, promotion, pay, and overall career opportunities.

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