Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Can Workplace Human Rights Discrimination Be Perpetrated By Someone Other Than Complainant's Employer? - MONDAQ

Landmark Human Rights Decision: Discrimination of your employee by an individual that is not your employee may now be your problem.




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Workplace disability coverage drops significantly from 2015 - BENEFITS CANADA

Less than half of working Canadians have disability coverage provided through their workplace benefits, according to a survey by RBC Insurance Services Inc.




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Amid Starbucks Profiling Scandal, Local Black-Owned Coffee Shops See Uptick in Visits - BLACK ENTERPRISE

The Starbucks racial profiling case of Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson has prompted protests, both offline and on social media, as well as a massive push for customers to patronize black-owned local coffee shops.





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Black Loiterers, White Lingerers, and Starbucks Coffee - NEW YORK MAGAZINE

There is a well-known stereotype of a particular kind of coffee-shop patron — an aspiring screenwriter or freelancer, scrupulously cobbling together their pitches or book proposals, courtesy of their favorite local haunt’s free Wi-Fi, electrical outlets, and comfortable furniture, paying for their mobile home office with just a $2 cup of bottomless coffee. 





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Here's How #MeToo Could Fight Employment Discrimination In Hollywood - BUZZFEED NEWS

“The disease is employment discrimination, and that disease has a lot of different symptoms. One of those symptoms is a great, vast variety of levels of sexual harassment and abuse.”





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'Employees want their workplaces to represent them and their values externally' - HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR

The world of work is changing to become more personalised and connected, with formal hierarchies breaking down and being replaced by networks of teams, according to Deloitte’s new report Human Capital Trends 2018: The rise of the social enterprise.




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Deaf Americans face disadvantages in school and work - VALLEY VANGUARD ONLINE

In light of the recent release of the horror film “A Quiet Place” and the Broadway revival of “Children of a Lesser God,” the topic of American Sign Language (ASL) has become popular again.





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