Other types of job discrimination may be attributed to unequal treatment in giving opportunities and privileges, which are as follows:-
- Out of Turn promotion: Implies placing a person at a higher position or level ignoring the other senior and equally competent employees.
- Special Benefits: If person in employment id given special or extra benefit or advantages in comparison to others, it is a form of job discrimination.
- Unfair Allocation of Work: if there is no equitable distribution of work amongst employees i.e. some are burdened with work while others are given little work, it is job discrimination.
- Unfair Working Hours: If all employees are not given similar working hours i.e. some are given 8 hours of work while other are given the concession to work for shorter hours for similar wages, it is a discrimination on basis of working hours.
- Unfair Placement and Transfer: All employees of some category must be placed on difficult and easier jobs on rotation. If one or few employees are regularly placedon difficult and risky jobs while other are assigned simple easy jobs, it is discrimination.
- Obstructing Change of Work: something an organization binds some employees and does not allow to change their employment which may be consider as job discrimination also, example, certain company’s policies suggest a contract of employment for firs five years or so.
- Personal Bias of Superior: If a superior treats one or some of his subordinates in preference to others, it is known as Preferential Job Discrimination. Such discrimination may be based upon personal thinking of the superior.
- Reservation Policy: If an organization keeps some benefits or privileges as to recruitment, promotion, transfer etc. to a class of employees it amounts to job discrimination. However, reservation of scheduled castes, tribes and backward classes is per the provisions of our constitution and is not a job discrimination.