This book explores workplace discrimination against trainees within the Hotel and Catering industries. Workplace discrimination is against human rights and can become a legal violation to Labour laws. Although preventative policies are in place, this book illuminates the extent to which discrimination occurs, how has it manifested itself, and how students would be affected by this discrimination. The author used a case study approach to establish the kinds of workplace discrimination experienced by trainees within the hospitality and catering industry. discrimination. The book concludes that despite the existence of discrimination policies, workplace discrimination continues to exist. What is significant though, is that both trainees and workers experience similar forms of work place discrimination. Evidence ploughed from this study indicates that trainee students lacked knowledge in terms of their basic Human Rights and how to exercise them. Thus trainees preferred to be secretive about their episodes that had resulted in a severe lack of reporting of their discriminatory experiences, giving an impression that discrimination at work sites is minimal.