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USA: Corporate Equality Index scores record number of companies full marks for having inclusive policies for LGBT workers
Author: Jane Slaughter, Labor Notes (USA)
...The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission says the restaurant industry is the largest source of sexual harassment claims…[T]he Coalition of Immokalee Workers…finds harassment of women farmworkers to be pervasive. In a national survey of 4,300...
Author: Mark Gokavi, Dayton Daily News [USA]
A…jury sided with Cracker Barrel in a disability discrimination lawsuit filed by a former manager. [The jury] voted in favor of Cracker Barrel on the question of whether or not the company had discriminated against Wills based on a rare liver disease...
[PDF] Corporate Equality Index: Rating American Workplaces on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Equality
Author: Human Rights Campaign
Marking its ninth edition, the Corporate Equality Index 2011: Rating American Workplaces on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trangender Equality provides us with a chance to see what we have accomplished and to pinpoint the challenges and opportunities that...
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[PDF] "Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index 2010:A report card on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Equality in Corporate America."
Author: Human Rights Campaign
305 businesses achieved the top rating of 100 percent this year, compared with 260 businesses in the previous year. This accounts for 58 businesses that reached 100 percent for the first time and 13 no longer on the list, for a net increase of 45...
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Author: OHCHR, IBLF, UN Global Compact & Castan Centre for Human Rights Law at Faculty of Law, Monash University [Australia]
Readers are guided through each of the rights contained in the UN treaties...and given a description of what each right means in general terms and how it may be relevant to a company’s activities...To bring reality to the report, each description of a...
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Author: Warren Richey, Christian Science Monitor [USA]
American workers who complain about race or age discrimination on the job can sue their bosses for any subsequent retaliation. In two decisions announced on Tuesday, the US Supreme Court embraced an expansive view of certain civil rights laws that do...