Unequal (Disparate) Treatment

Disparate treatment discrimination can occur when an employee who belongs to a protected class is treated differently, specifically because of his/her protected class status.1

In rare circumstances, the employee has direct evidence of unequal treatment, such as a manager who admits he terminated an employee because of race. However, in most cases, the employee does not have direct evidence and must prove his/her case by inference.

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