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employment discrimination

noun bias in the workplace, prejudice in an employment environment Generally: differentiation, disequalization, inequality, unfairness
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10, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- To hammer home the point that there would be no let up in the campaign to get Cisco to do the right thing on fair employment in Israel-Palestine, another Resolution has been filed, just a week after Cisco's Annual Shareholders' Meeting in San Jose, CA, on November 19, 2015.
Equity and local economy: Creating bioregional economies that support fair employment, inclusive communities and international fair trade.
The CAS say a Fair Employment Commission would help to protect employees who are being victimised and exploited.
NSBA President Todd McCracken recently weighed in with the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) in opposition to the Fair Employment Opportunity Act of 2011 and other, similar proposals.
The two organisations highlighted their commitment to the application of fair employment principles and international best practice so as to safeguard the rights of all migrant workers engaged in construction and other related service activities.
As per the Susan Landers, Allianz Worldwide Care marketing and client management, the convention provides a number of basic employment rights, within them fair employment terms as well as the right to health protection and medical care.
More than 170 claims have been lodged against the PSNI at the Office of the Industrial Tribunal and Fair Employment Tribunal by officers angry at not getting the same conditions as their full-time colleagues.
THE LAW SCHOOL Admission Council (LSAC), which administers the Law School Admission Test (LSAT), has settled a lawsuit brought under an Americans with Disabilities Act by the Department of Justice (DOJ) and originally filed by California's Department of Fair Employment and Housing.
The Final Hurdle: A Physician's Guide to Negotiating a Fair Employment Agreement" is an instructional guide in which author Dennis Hursh draws upon his more than twenty-three years of experience and expertise as a physician's attorney to help doctors protect their best interests in the hiring process for employment whether it be with a clinic, a hospital, or a private practice.
This is a casebook on employment discrimination law in the United States consisting of eight chapters covering employment discrimination, the labor market, and the role of law; discriminatory treatment and disparate impact proof constructs; Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; non-Title VII antidiscrimination protection; state regulation of fair employment practices; procedures of establishing claims; affirmative action under government contracts; and remedying employment discrimination.
Giving every child the best start in life and creating fair employment and good work for alt were some of the policy objectives needed to reduce health inequalities.