Items Tagged with 'discrimination'


Eschewing discrimination is good business

June 17, 2016
Funerals for the victims of the Orlando nightclub massacre are only beginning, and while the national mourning might be expected to fade as it did for victims in Aurora, Sandy Hook and San Bernardino, the several issues brought to bear in this chapter of American violence and discrimination are more likely to offer a historic turning point. Read More

Government updates sex discrimination guidelines

New rules would address variety of barriers to equal opportunity.

February 13, 2015
Federal contractors and subcontractors are on the receiving end of updates to the U.S. Department of Labor’s sex discrimination regulations, which are under the enforcement of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, or OFCCP. Read More

State workers get go-ahead in job discrimination cases

November 28, 2014
Federal courts have dealt a double defeat to the state in job discrimination-related suits by former employees. Read More

Court clears path for discrimination claim

January 20, 2014
A road worker in the region who suffered from stress and exposure to soot and diesel fumes can sue his former employer — even though he had sought the job that gave him fits just months earlier. Read More