Hiring Discrimination: What Questions Are Not Allowed?
Are you familiar with hiring discrimination? Keep reading to learn more about questions that should not be asked in the hiring process.
Discrimination questions add new depth to Wellbeing Survey
Connecticut residents who said in a recent survey that they received less respect or poorer treatment than others from health care providers linked that discrimination to their health insurance status - more than race, age or gender Race was the most cited answer among those who felt unfairly targeted by police. Gender and age topped the list of reasons people said they received inferior services from someone such as a plumber or a mechanic. Among women who felt unfairly passed over for a…
Supreme Court Questions How To Handle Jury Selection Discrimination Case
Questions of procedure bogged down nearly half of the hour-long arguments.
Question at center of Harvard trial: What counts as discrimination?
For at least 18 years, through 2013, the admissions rate for Asian-American students at Harvard University was less than that of white applicants and most other minorities. But is that actually proof of anti-Asian bias?
Discrimination questions add new depth to Wellbeing Survey
Connecticut residents who said in a recent survey that they received less respect or poorer treatment than others from health care providers linked that discrimination to their health insurance status -- more than race, age or gender. These experiences of discrimination -- not just racial, but relating to gender, sexual identity, appearance, education -- are captured in new questions on a survey that takes a broad look at quality of life in Connecticut.
Walmart wins gender discrimination case, but court questions its culture
"It appears, however, to be only a matter of time before Plaintiffs' counsel manages to get it right" regarding actionable facts, the court said in its ruling.
Questions of discrimination after black man removed from Manatee School Board meeting
A local pastor was removed from a public meeting by law enforcement for silently standing. The president of the Florida ACLU says it’s a violation
Why the immigration issue 'will not go away' for Americans
According to a recent Gallup poll, 23% of respondents indicated that immigration is the main issue in the country, the highest percentage to date.
Do we think a wall will solve immigration issues?
Big, beautiful wall! Historically, walls have not proven to be very successful. Eventually, enemies figure out how to get over, under, around and through. Start with Babylonia and work your
Five-year farm labor camp is answer to immigration issues: Letter
I believe it is past time we address the illegal aliens situation in our nation.
How artists can handle immigration issues following 21 Savage's detention
When Post Malone took center stage at the 61st Grammy Awards to perform his hit song “Rockstar,” the only sign…
Edison students ask sheriff, activists questions about immigration issues during symposium
Many questions focused on the panelists' thoughts about the government's efforts to repeal DACA, the Obama-era policy shielding young immigrants from deportation.
Rep. Will Hurd discusses latest immigration issues like new rules for asylum seekers
U. S. Rep. Will Hurd (R- TX Dist. 23) spoke to KFOX14 Morning News anchor John Purvis Wednesday. He addressed a variety of border issues, ranging from President Trump’s new rules for asylum seekers to the long wait times at El Paso area ports of Entry. In addition, he told Purvis about legislation he and other members of Congress are introducing to create a National Museum of the American Latino on the National Mall in Washington D. C.
How an Employee Files a Workplace Discrimination Claim in Connecticut
To file an employment discrimination claim in Federal or State Court in Connecticut, the complainant must first exhaust their administrative remedies by filing the claim with the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (CHRO) or the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Conn. Gen. Stat. 46a-82, et seq. Connecticut is known as what is called a “deferral state” as the CHRO serves as a certified “deferral…
What employers need to know about transgender discrimination
Recent developments in the area of transgender rights should put employers on notice that government agencies are serious about eliminating this type of discrimination DOJ steps in to sue university in Oklahoma Typically the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is the entity charged with enforcing federal employment laws. This past March, the Department of Justice (DOJ) filed a lawsuit in the Western District of Oklahoma alleging…
Brown & Brown Insurance Brokerage Firm Settles Pregnancy Discrimination Lawsuit for $100,000
Job Offer Rescinded After Company Learned of Applicant's Pregnancy, Federal Agency Charged ORLANDO, Fla. - Daytona Beach-based insurance brokerage firm Brown & Brown will pay $100,000 and furnish significant relief to resolve a pregnancy discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency announced today According to the EEOC's suit, Brown & Brown made a written job offer to the applicant…
How To File a Workplace Discrimination Claim
If you have a question or concern about special education law, school administration, federal standards, or the overall rights of a student, please feel free to call the expert education law attorneys at Maya Murphy, P.C. in Westport today at (203) 221-3100 or email Joseph C. Maya, Esq. at JMaya@mayalaw.com 1. What kinds of discrimination …
What Does the Recent EEOC Ruling Prohibiting Sexual Orientation Discrimination Under Title VII...
On July 15, 2015, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) ruled that employees or applicants for employment are protected from discrimination based on sexual orientation under Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Although sexual orientation discrimination is not explicitly included in Title VII, the EEOC ruled to classify allegations of discrimination based on sexual orientation as claims of sex discrimination, which is specifically…
Chick-Fil-A Franchisee at Concord Commons to Pay $10,000 to Settle EEOC Pregnancy Discrimination...
Restaurant Refused to Hire Pregnant Applicant, Federal Agency Charged CHARLOTTE, N.C. - A Concord, N.C. Chick-fil-A franchise restaurant has agreed to pay $10,000 and provide substantial injunctive relief to settle a pregnancy discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the agency announced today According to the EEOC's complaint, John Charping, d/b/a Chick-fil-A at Concord Commons, refused to hire Heather Morrison because she…
Top 5 Discrimination Issues in Residential Real Estate Leasing
Landlords have an incredible number of issues to deal with, not the least of which is considering to whom they will open their doors as tenants. Landlord...