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Author: Ethical Performance
Four large companies have signed up to the Leadership Group for Responsible Recruitment, an international business alliance campaigning to eliminate fees imposed on applicants when they take jobs. The group, which sees the charging of employees as a...
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Author: Ucilia Wang & Alison Moodie, Guardian (UK)
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Author: City News Service (USA)
[A] 66-year-old man was awarded $26 million by a jury that found he was discriminated against and harassed based upon his age by his supervising managers at Staples…Bobby Dean Nickel, 64 when he lost his job, was hired by Corporate Express in August...
Author: Mary Mazzoni, TriplePundit
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Author: United Press Intl.
Japanese electronics giant Toshiba said it would hire 100 female managers within the next two years in an effort to diversify their executive ranks. The Japan Times reported Monday that 270 or 3.7 percent of Toshiba's managers are women. The company...
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