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July 2020 Archives

Are our workplaces failing at human resources?

Human resource departments are often the first-place workers go for guidance when experiencing discrimination within the workplace. But are these departments as helpful as we would like? According to one survey, human resource departments throughout the country are failing the very people they are designed to protect: the workers.

Multinational financial firm targeted in discrimination lawsuit

Short on widespread discriminatory evidence, but long on damning statistics. That is essentially one summation of a workplace discrimination lawsuit filed recently against mega Wall Street bank Morgan Stanley by an ex-employee.

Social media giant under fire for alleged discrimination

A group of U.S. senators recently drafted a notably forceful letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. They lambasted his company for its “significant gaps between professed commitment to racial justice and the company’s actions and business interests.”

TV series case highlights workplace sexual harassment of men

For decades, women have been victims of workplace sexual harassment, fighting off unwanted advances and threats from professional counterparts. But it is not just women who can be victims. In scenarios sometimes overlooked, men, too, have been targets of sexual harassment at work.

The USPS fires thousands of injured and disabled employees

According to the nonprofit newsroom ProPublica, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) fired or forced out approximately 44,000 workers after being injured on the job. The agency also changed or revoked disability accommodations for another 15,130. These firings took place to meet an initiative called the "National Reassessment Program." The EEOC says the program was discriminatory, but the post office continues to fight every claim.


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