There are many unfair office practices that companies usually overlook and one of these is employment discrimination. This prejudicial act is prohibited by the U.S. Federal Law, and employers who practice this crime are liable to financial penalties. Employers should be aware that employment discrimination involves a big deal of punishment to those who offend this law.As stated by the U.S. Federal Law, here are some of the circumstances as to when employment discrimination could take place:- During hiring of employees- Upon termination of employees’ contracts- During recruitment and training of employees- Whenever there are company promotions- In terms of compensation and other forms of remunerationIt is a must that all employers know everything about employment discrimination. Otherwise, they might do something that could cross the line and they could get penalized. Employers must be fully aware that even though they are in higher positions, they should also pay respect to their employee’s rights. They must practice fair judgments and unbiased decisions at all times.Here are some of the tips for the employers out there so they could check whether they are still practicing correct office etiquettes:1. Employers must not look on the religion, nationality, age, sex, disability or race of their employees.2. Employers must not participate in any investigations when employees report a complaint on possible employment discrimination. Employers must not take this personally and any judgments made must not be based on any other matter aside from the legal ones involved.3. Employers must look on their employees capabilities and qualifications in making decisions such as termination or promotion otherwise if they judge employees based on age, sex, color, religion, national origin or disability, they would be penalized according to the US Federal Law.4. Employers must not base any of their decisions according to employees’ family background. The employees’ family members must not take part or must not be the basis of any actions that employers make for the employee himself.It will be a good practice for every company to provide more than enough knowledge not just to employers but to employees as well regarding employment discrimination. It should be made clear that no other factors could get into any business matters other than employers qualifications, rights and performances.Employment discrimination is not rare, it is actually a big issue especially nowadays so it will be good for employees to get to know their companies more and be fully aware of the practices that go around the business. It is their obligation to know their rights so they would know how and when to defend themselves. On the employers’ part, it is also their obligation to let the employees know the rules and regulations that the company runs and employers themselves must initiate or participate in these given rules.