After suffering a heart attack at work, a 57-year-old employee at a security company in New York says he was discriminated against, and now the federal government is suing his employer for disability and age discrimination.
Extra workers are needed every winter tourist season at the Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Resort & Spa, but this year, inventive minds turned a standard job search into art.
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A care home facility is facing a federal lawsuit after a manager told a Black nurse she should “be used to” targeted racial slurs from patients because she is “from the South,” according to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Saying federal guidelines aimed at preventing discrimination against students based on such things as gender identity would “vastly expand the application” of Title IX, Florida Education Commissioner Manny Diaz, Jr. told school officials Thursday to ignore the guidelines.
Bosses are hellbent on getting their staff back into the office. It’s just that the rules don’t necessarily apply to them.
Kimberlee Loisel said she doesn’t think God wants her to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
Legally, O’Reilly Auto Parts denies that an Orlando store manager incessantly sexually harassed female employees — including grabbing the crotch of one and pinning her to a table.