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Sexual Discrimination at Work - Insights by HEC Professor Matteo Winkler

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Sexual orientation discrimination means being treated differently or harassed because of real or perceived sexual orientation – whether you are gay, lesbian, bisexual, or heterosexual...

Even though, this type of discrimination is illegal in the workplace, many employees and HR services have to face this problem. Matteo Winkler, Professor of Law at HEC Paris, specialist of international law and human rights, gives us insights and explains what the risks are for companies.

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