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Statement of Euro Disney regarding allegations of racial discrimination in France involving Adecco and Disneyland Resort Paris
Author: Euro Disney
The investigation in the mentioned Adecco case, which involves several large French companies, is still ongoing. Therefore by French legislation I am not allowed to make comments or give information about the case itself. What I can tell you is that...
- Related stories: France: Lawsuit against employment agency Adecco alleges it "rated" job applicants by race in 2000 - clients that refused to accept black employees include hotels, restaurants, department stores
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Author: Aaron Glantz & Ngoc Nguyen, CorpWatch
ten[s] of thousands of workers...[have held]...a massive wave of wildcat strikes protesting low pay and poor working conditions at southern Vietnam’s growing export processing zones and industrial parks...The workers [at KeyHinge toys], who...
Author: Donna Balancia & Britt Kennerly, Florida Today [USA]
New safety concerns have arisen after the second person in a year died after riding "Mission: Space," a popular thrill ride at Walt Disney World Resort's Epcot theme park... The ride reopened at 9 a.m. Thursday after an inspection, Disney said. It was...
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Bias Because Baby Is On The Way - Discrimination Complaints Increase; One Mom Tells CBS Her Story [USA]
Author: Russ Mitchell, CBS News [USA]
When a promotion she'd been promised went to a man, Sarah Babb filed a pregnancy discrimination complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission [against her employer, Merisant]. The number of reported pregnancy bias cases since 1992 has...
Author: Women's Environment & Development Organization
Challenging corporate malfeasance against women around the world... [sections on adidas-Salomon, Alcoa, American Apparel, AngloGold Ashanti, Bayer, Bechtel, Biwater, Cargill, Chevron, Citigroup, Coca-Cola, Dole, Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein (part of...
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[PDF] full report: "The State of the Workplace for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Americans 2005-2006"
Author: Human Rights Campaign
- Related stories: USA: 2005-6 "State of the Workplace for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Americans" - 86% of Fortune 500 companies now prohibit sexual orientation discrimination
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Author: Josephine Hearn, The Hill [USA]
When the Voting Rights Act (VRA) came before Congress this month, it enjoyed the vigorous backing of civil-rights advocates, social progressives and other familiar groups. The measure also attracted support from a surprising constituency: corporate...
Author: China Labor Watch
On July 22, 2006 , workers from the Merton Co. Ltd. (a/k/a Hengli Factory) in the Sangyuan Industrial District, Dongguan City , Guangdong Province, protested against the meager wage and poor living conditions in the factory. The protest began in...
- Related stories: China: Riot at Merton factory producing toys for McDonald's over working conditions & housing, says China Labor Watch
- Related companies: McDonald's Merton Company Walt Disney