All People are Equal Within the World of Work
I do not agree with the statement at all, allthough in a right normal
world of work, it should be true. Many people often judge people by
thier appearence, or past experience. It could be anything,
discriminating someone is easilly done. And its often simple things
like hair styles or piercings, disability or gender than can stop you
from working where you want to.
With nearly all jobs these days; you'll have to fill out an
application form, which can be a nightmare to many people. But no just
for things like trying to remember their old school grades or when
they left school, its often because they have something they feel will
jeapordise thier employment chances. Criminal records is a good one.
In companies or bussiness' these days, they will ask if you have a
spent or unspent conviction. Spent means that its been a certain while
since your conviction, unspent being the opposite. Some places feel
that if you havent 'spent' your conviction, (meaning you havent
'changed' or renewed your mistake, so to speak, that you shouldnt be
given the job. I think its unfair. This small field in a form, can
stop you from getting a job.
Everyone has heard or seen someone at a disadvantage when applying for
a job because of thier sexuality or gender. For sexuality, there is
definately no reason at all why this should effect someones ability,
or performance in a career or job. Im some cases, like areas in the
armed forces, some women arnt allowed to be employed for (in my and
the military's eyes) a valid reason. But in some cases, because you
are a certain sex, you may not get the desired job.
Allthough sometimes there are jobs specifically for the disabled, for
some it is incredibly hard to...