Disparate treatment under the Title VII does not allow an employer to treat individuals who are applicants or employees differently based on their membership in a protected class. No employer can discriminate against any individual just because of their color or because they have an impediment or because they may be homosexual. All applicants and employees must be treated the same without distinction. Employers who do discriminate are liable for their actions and in many cases pay harsh fines and fees.
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