Some acts and omissions by supervisors can appear to be unlawful discrimination even though you can prove that they were not. Any act that appears to be unfair may initially be viewed as discrimination if it happens to a member of a protected class. Any decision that is based on subjective feelings about people, rather than on objective facts can look like discrimination. Any negative decision that is made without a full, fair investigation can also appear to be discriminatory.
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