Hateful Conduct Or Hate Hoax? Important Lessons For Employers

February 27, 2019

According to FBI statistics, hate crimes rose 17% in the U.S. in 2017. Among the motivations for hate crimes tracked by the FBI are “race/ethnicity/ancestry bias”, “religious bias”, “sexual orientation bias”, “disability bias” and “gender bias.” 


The FBI does not similarly document the number of false allegations of hate crimes. Recent events, however, have shown that hate hoaxes are real.




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