2/25/19: The #MeToo movement is reshaping public understanding of sexual assault and harassment. It is also forcing companies to reexamine their own policies and standards in preventing and addressing sexual assault and harassment in their workplaces...
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2/11/19: Fortunately, discrimination against people because of race, sex or religion in the workplace is no longer the way it once was. All too often, older adults continue to face discrimination in the workplace as “… the way it is.”
2/11/19: “In the past, the notion of prosecuting an executive of a multinational corporation residing in a foreign country, especially one on the far side of the world, may have seemed remote.” So begins a Special Report: Corporate Fraud and Corruption in Financier Worldwide Magazine for February 2019. The article points to two examples of how that once-remote notion has been turned on its head.
2/11/19: Two employees of Eastern Awning Systems Inc. were awarded back pay, interest, emotional and exemplary damages in a successful lawsuit alleging their illegal firing. The two employees had filed safety and health complaints with the US Department of Labor’s (DOL) Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).