[PDF] full report: "The State of the Workplace for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Americans 2005-2006"
Author: Human Rights Campaign
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Author: Inquirer [Philippines]
Northwest Airlines has apologized to ex-congressman Mark Jimenez and the other Filipino passengers of Flight 71 who claimed to have suffered discrimination from its airline personnel while on an unscheduled stopover in Narita, Japan, earlier this month...
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Author: Yolanda Garzón, Noticia Hispanoamericana, translated from Spanish by Marissa Billowitz, Independent Press Association
Around 50 former workers of LSG Sky Chefs Kitchen accused the company of illegal labor practices, including sexual harassment and abuse, as well as unhealthy working conditions...we tried to locate Elsie Franjul, head of human resources at Sky Chef, to...
Author: Edward Iwata, USA Today
As donations pour in at a record pace, U.S. industries, charities and celebrities are using marketing creativity, high-tech know-how and business smarts to raise cash and goods for tsunami aid. [refers to Intelsat, HP (Hewlett-Packard), MTV, Amazon.com...
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Author: F. Brinley Bruton, Reuters
Victims of so-called economy class syndrome took their long-running battle to sue the world's largest airlines to England's appeals court Tuesday. They say airlines have known for years that cramped seats and long flights can cause potentially fatal...