Service animals – typically trained dogs – that help people with physical disabilities are a more common sight in public places such as restaurants and retail stores. But they are occasionally seen in workplaces, too.
Most members of minority groups have experienced the uncomfortable and humiliating feeling of discrimination. It might happen on a public street, in someone's home or even at work. While it's illegal for an employer to discriminate based on race, gender, age, religion, nationality and other factors, that doesn't always stop it from happening.
Sex discrimination is generally defined as the act of treating an employee differently based on their sex.