Julius Choudhury is an experienced journalist and content strategist, a writer, a web designer and developer, and an entrepreneur. He is the founder and CEO of dearJulius.com Inc., a New York-based media company. Julius is also the Editor in Chief of a New York-based online newspaper, the Daily News, and a web portal, dearJulius.com.

Julius Choudhury also holds the position of Editor at a Bangladeshi news agency, the News Network of Bangladesh (NNB), showcasing his commitment to quality journalism and his influence in his home country.


Companies Discriminate All The Time, And That's Bad For Your Career


Companies have a nasty habit of discriminating against the people who work for them - and that’s a bad thing. Firms find all kinds of reasons to push out workers, and sometimes what they’re doing is legal.

When you think about it, the ability to discriminate actually makes a lot of sense for the powers that be. The government and top business officials want all the tools that they can get to maximize taxes and profit margins so that they can enrich themselves. If discrimination is a way of getting there, then so be it. Somebody has to take the fall. 

A good example here is dress codes. The majority of businesses do not have gender-neutral workplace uniform policies. Women usually have to dress a certain way, and so do men. There’s no room for compromise. 

Employers do this out of both habit and a fear of losing customers. They want to present their businesses in a way that maximizes the chance that people will buy from them, not go on a social justice crusade. And here’s where things can get thorny. If you don’t like the dress policy, you don’t always have a legal right to challenge it. You either have to deal with it or find another job. There’s no middle ground. Employers have a right to ask you to dress how they want for work as it stands.

This attitude might be a good thing, though, financially speaking. Bosses may believe that how workers dress has a material impact on the overall performance of the firm. They could, for instance, have data that says that when women are in skirts and high heels, customers buy more products. This higher level of purchasing then translates into more revenue which then sustains employee salaries - the very wages that allow you to live a productive and happy life.

There are, however, many cases where discrimination is bad for your career, according to a top law firm. Companies can do all kinds of things that make it hard to get ahead if you have a particular persuasion or characteristics. 

Let’s take a look at discrimination in more detail.

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Julius Choudhury | Journalist and Entrepreneur: Companies Discriminate All The Time, And That's Bad For Your Career
Companies Discriminate All The Time, And That's Bad For Your Career
Discrimination in the workplace is illegal. But, that doesn't mean it won't happen. Most companies do this and that is very bad for your career.
Julius Choudhury | Journalist and Entrepreneur
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