Microaggressions are seemingly small slights that call attention to racial and gender differences. While some people believe that minor slights don't have much of an impact on a person's health and well-being, research shows that this is not the case. The Center for Health Journalism explains the impact daily microaggressions can have on a person's body and mind.
No matter where you work in Missouri, it is important to understand the rules that govern workplace behavior. With this information, you may ensure you act appropriately at the office and also know what to do if you experience some form of harassment at work. One issue you may not hear about often is gender-based harassment. This form of sexual harassment may not involve explicit sexual behavior, but it is still unethical and may violate certain workplace laws.
Standing up for yourself after experiencing some form of harassment or discrimination is a courageous act. Unfortunately, reporting your harassment or discrimination to your employer doesn't always mean a return to a comfortable workplace.
If one or more of your Missouri coworkers has targeted you for bullying, you know how distressful and humiliating this behavior can be. It can make your workplace almost unbearable. Unfortunately, bullying has become all too common throughout the American workforce.
A contentious Missouri bill that would have changed federal Title IX sexual assault and harassment protections for college students stalled earlier this month after a vigorous debate.