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Q: give three examples of disability discrimination
A: Examples Of Disability Discrimination : Bullied, intimidated, harassed or threatened at work because of an actual or perceived disability, [ even after you have brought the issue to your employer?s attention. Denied a reasonable accommodation that you requested. Denied a job even though your disability does not prevent you from performing the required duties with reasonable
accommodation. Denied a promotion or employment benefits because of a disability. Treated noticeably different than other employees without disabilities. Disadvantaged by a company policy because of your disability ............... ]
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User: give three examples of disability discrimination

Weegy: Examples Of Disability Discrimination : Bullied, intimidated, harassed or threatened at work because of an actual or perceived disability, [ even after you have brought the issue to your employer?s attention. Denied a reasonable accommodation that you requested. Denied a job even though your disability does not prevent you from performing the required duties with reasonable accommodation. Denied a promotion or employment benefits because of a disability. Treated noticeably different than other employees without disabilities. Disadvantaged by a company policy because of your disability ............... ]
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User: give three examples of disability discrimination...I need it for my level 2 team leaders course

Weegy: Here are some examples of discrimination in the workplace: - It is discrimination when the workplace does not provide reasonable accommodations that an employee with disabilities has requested. - It is discrimination when an employee is fired [ because of their disabilities even though they were able to do the job. - It is discrimination when an applicant for a job is not hired because of their disabilities, despite being qualified for the job. - It is discrimination when an employee with disabilities is not given the same opportunities as other staff because of their disabilities. - It is discrimination when an employee with disabilities is not given an equal chance for promotions and such if they are equally/more qualified as others. - It is discrimination when an employee is treated differently/worse than other staff because of their disabilities. ]
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