Episode 75 – How to identify and dismantle discrimination in the workplace

Marie W. Watts is a former employment discrimination investigator and human resource consultant. Coauthor of Human Relations, 4th ed., her work has also been published in the Texas Bar Journal and the Houston Business Journal, as well as featured on Issues Today. Marie and her husband live on a ranch in central Texas.  In her spare time, she travels in her RV, supports a historic house, and hangs out with her grandsons.

Let’s face it, people. Discrimination at an average workplace is an actual thing that happens – a lot! It comes in subtle flavors and shows up in unusual places. There is a way to nip this in the bud if we know where to look. Listen to Marie Watts as she opens up about her vast experience as an employment discrimination investigator. This episode is highly recommended!

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