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Spanish-Speaking Employees Are Suing Their Employer For Unusual ‘Discrimination’

Spanish speaking employees in Costa Mesa, California, are suing their employer for an unusual form of what they believe to be discrimination.<p>See if …

Soldier forced to retire at 61 says he is victim of age discrimination

Kevin Fulthorpe can run a mile-and-a-half in just over 10 minutes and do 44 press ups in two minutes<p>A 61-year-old soldier who claims he is fitter than most men half his age, says he is the victim of age discrimination after being forced to retire.<p>Kevin Fulthorpe says he can still run a …

Google Sued by Job Candidate for Age Discrimination

A 64-year-old Florida tech worker filed an age-discrimination lawsuit against Google on Wednesday, claiming the company passed on him after a job interview because of his age.

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Gender pay gap does damage beyond just the financial - Women's Agenda

Imagine standing your son and your daughter next to each other and having to tell your daughter that when she grows up, she will earn, on average, 20 …

Gender identity in the workplace: Employers face emerging discrimination issue

When the Olympian and reality TV star the world knew as Bruce Jenner announced this spring that he identifies as female rather than male, the …

Working for equal opportunity

Jenny Yang, a child of immigrant parents and the first Asian American to head the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), has spent her career focused on ensuring fairness in the workplace.<p>In this interview, Yang discusses her goals for the EEOC, which she took over as chair in September, …

Research: Your Firm Probably Isn’t an Equal Opportunity Employer

Anyone who has hiring responsibilities in 2013 would like to think that the U.S. is tackling diversity head-on. But how far have American companies really come? We have been examining what has happened to equal opportunity in the private sector since the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Our data show that …