Students will post a substantive replyto my initial post each week (at least300 words) Ive attached the pages to reference for this discussion postPlease read Point/CounterpointII (pp.116-117). Similar to Question 1 (but not exactly!), suppose you are a new employee in a high-pressure corporation where your co-workers are ingesting a cognitive performance-enhancing drug such as Ritalin to increase their work productivity. There is no overt coercion to join in with your co-workers, but you know that you will be at a disadvantage in terms of promotion and salary incentives if you dont. Is this a form of workplace discrimination?