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Many people who work in the private sector would have no trouble answering a "what's wrong with this picture" question about a Veterans Affairs Department official's apology this week.
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When the federal government sued Bass Pro Outdoor World for hiring discrimination, it offered statistics showing a dearth of minority employees, damaging comments from the retailer's managers, and asked for $300 million in potential damages.
11 hrs ago | Cavalier Daily
Back in April, my home state of Maryland passed a bill that will incrementally raise the state minimum wage to $10.10 by July of 2018.
16 hrs ago | Truthdig
In late 2011 and early 2012, activists, progressive politicians and Internet companies led in part by Internet freedom advocate Aaron Swartz came together to defeat the Stop Online Piracy Act and the Protect IP Act .
19 hrs ago | Warwickonline.com
"Applying for a state job will be as easy as a click of a mouse," Deborah Dawson, director of human resources, said at an Apply RI press conference yesterday at the Warwick Public Library.
With the outlook for passage of a uniform fiduciary duty now bleak, it's astonishing to think the prospects for strengthening investment-advice rules to better protect investors looked so bright four years ago.
A North Carolina company has agreed to pay a six figure fine to settle an investigation sparked by a tip the company transported "illegal aliens" to the Beech-Nut construction site in Montgomery County in 2009.
Prospective GOP front-runner claims views on civil rights have evolved. Not if you dig into what he actually says If you Google "Rand Paul Civil Rights Act," the first prompt that comes up is "unconstitutional," so it was definitely heartening to see his apparent about-face on the act's 50th anniversary, when he attended a local commemoration at ... (more)
Over the last eight years members from the Make it Safe Coalition have arranged an assembly of whistleblowers in Washington, DC each year for an annual conference originally known as Washington Whistleblower's Week.
Her refusal to strip cost her a job at the complex, she alleges in a complaint filed with two government agencies.
Two years after CISPA, the controversial bill allowing govt access to corporate customer data, was defeated its new incarnation hit the senate.
A celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was held Friday at the King Center.
LOS ANGELES Attorney General Kamala D. Harris commemorated the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 at a celebration at the California African American Museum in Los Angeles.
UK chief constable, Nick Gargan, is under criminal investigation for allegedly breaking data protection legislation to access personal information of younger females whom he's accused of inappropriately propositioning.
"I look forward to being cross-examined on some of these issues": Brian Fitzpatrick, along with the unnamed whistleblower, claimed they were bullied and harassed.
Q Our company requires post-offer, pre-employment medical examinations that include a family medical history.
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