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2 June 2015
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Author: Institut de recherche en droits humains (Rép. dém. du Congo)

"Transparence fiscale des multinationales: Indicateur du respect des droits économiques en RDC", 1 juin 2015...

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Report
17 March 2015

Full Report: Ten Reasons to Defend the Corporation Tax

Author: Tax Justice Network

The corporate income tax is one of the most precious of all taxes. Yet it is under attack...As this document explains, it holds your country's whole tax system together. It is one of the best ways to tax capital, and it can powerfully curb.....

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Article
18 October 2013

U.S. sues Tuscon-area trucking firm, alleging discrimination

Author: Carmen Duarte, Arizona Daily Star (USA)

A Southwest regional trucking company based in Rillito [Arizona], which fired two employees after they took medical leave, is facing a disability discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. government. CTI Inc. was named in the class-action suit filed in...

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Article
30 September 2013

Cosatu to protest drivers' conditions [So. Africa]

Author: Bheki Mbwanjwa, Daily News (South Africa)

Cosatu [Congress of South African Trade Unions] in KwaZulu-Natal will embark on industrial action aimed at highlighting the harsh working conditions of truck drivers. The labour federation...[will] hold a picket at the premises of Sagekal Logistics,...

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Article
22 August 2013

Workplace Fatalities Fell 7% in 2012, Report Shows - Despite Decline, Some Industries See Uptick Prompting Call for More Diligence [USA]

Author: Melanie Trottman, Wall Street Journal

The number of fatal injuries in America's workplaces fell 7% last year from 2011, but upticks in the construction and oil and gas industries prompted Labor Secretary Tom Perez to call for more diligence. Fatal injuries in private-sector construction...

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Article
13 April 2013

Man Files Religious Discrimination Lawsuit Against Westerville Company [USA]

Author: NBC News

A lawsuit filed by attorneys…on behalf of a…man alleges religious discrimination by his former employer...Yusuf Sufi…said he was fired after asking for a religious accommodation to leave work for one hour in order to go to a local mosque to say his...

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Article
11 March 2013

Backlash after Petrotrin workers protest

Author: The Trinidad Guardian [Trinidad & Tobago]

Petrotrin…said [Inland and Offshore Contractors' (IOCL)] non-movement of vessels…at Trinmar Offshore Operation…had disrupted Petrotrin’s operations…Petrotrin reserved the right to take remedial action, which included termination, suspension, recovering...

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Company non-response
24 October 2012

RoadLink Transportation Solutions (part of RTS Holdings) did not respond to: Walmart workers launch first ever strike - they demand end to retaliations against workers trying to organise.

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14 October 2012

Workers fight for justice, from Wal-mart to chipotle [USA]

Author: Amy Goodman, Southern [USA]

[scroll down page for Wal-Mart response and other material] Wal-Mart workers launched the first strike against the giant retailer in its 50-year history, with protests and picket lines…across 12 states. Many of these nonunion workers are facing...

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24 April 2012

DiversityInc announces "Top 50 Companies for Diversity"

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