Throughout U.S. history, certain segments of the population have struggled to overcome discrimination. These groups are often in the minority and are singled out for somehow being different. From immigrant and religious groups to women and black Americans, hindsight...
Month: June 2015
According to PBS.org, there are an estimated 76.4 million people who belong to the baby boomer generation. As these individuals retire and continue to age, a significant percentage will likely require some type of nursing care and assistance. As a direct result, the...
U.S. labor and employment laws exist to protect U.S. workers from suffering or being subjected to discrimination, harassment, wage theft and unsafe working conditions. However, in order to be afforded many of these protections, a worker must be classified as a full or...
In 2002, the New York City Human Rights Law was amended to prohibit discrimination based on a person's "actual or perceived gender." The Guidelines Regarding Gender Identity Discrimination further clarify the purpose and scope of the law, including the protections it...
Applying for a job can be a nerve-wracking experience for anyone. It can be particularly so for individuals with an arrest or conviction history. Getting a new job can sometimes be a big help in getting one's life back in order after an arrest or conviction and its...
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