(Washington, D.C.) Today, the National Women’s Law Center filed a complaint with the U.S. Office of Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) on behalf of Amy Crosby, a 30 year-old pregnant hospital cleaner in Tallahassee, Florida who was forced to take unpaid leave when her employer, Tallahassee Memorial Hospital, refused to accommodate her doctor’s request that she not lift more than 20 pounds because of her pregnancy.
Retailer Refused to Provide Accommodation or Hire Deaf Applicant, Federal Agency Says
BALTIMORE - Toys "R" Us, Inc., one of the world's largest retailers of toys and juvenile products, violated federal law when it first refused to provide an interpreter for a deaf applicant and then failed to hire her, the U.S Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) charged in a lawsuit it announced today.
Hamilton, ON, March 25, 2013 – Women's abilities to make fair decisions when competing interests are at stake make them better corporate leaders, researchers have found.
A survey of more than 600 board directors showed that women are more likely to consider the rights of others and to take a cooperative approach to decision-making. This approach translates into better performance for their companies.
Des Moines, Iowa, February 25,2013 - Troop withdrawals from the Middle East and lower starting pay for security-cleared talent who are new to their employer are the top reasons compensation for security-cleared professionals dropped three percent year/year to $88,447 in 2012, according to a comprehensive study with more than 16,300 professionals responding from ClearanceJobs.com, the leading online career network for professionals with an active federal security clearance.