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Immigration & Related Unfair Employment Practices Q & A Q & A: Affirmative Action and Immigration Policy in America   Immigration & Related Unfair Employment Practices Q & A

Q. What is the affirmative action Office of Special Counsel for Immigration Related Unfair Employment Practices (OSC)? A. The Office of Special Counsel for Immigration Related Unfair Employment Practices (OSC) in the Department's Civil Rights Division protects U.S. citizens and individuals from employment discrimination based upon citizenship or immigration status and national origin, unfair documentary practices when verifying the employment eligibility of employees, and retaliation. Individuals discriminated against may file charges with OSC and be awarded back pay and reinstatement, among...
 
Growing Ethnic and Minority Businesses in the United States Is Good Business for America Growing Ethnic and Minority Businesses in the United States Is Good Business for America   Growing Ethnic and Minority Businesses in the United States Is Good Business for America

We must do more to help minority businesses prosper. It's good for a burgeoning US minority population, but it's even better for the American economy as a whole. Consider the facts. Over the past several years, the growth rate for minority firms has exceeded those of all US firms, both in the number of firms and in revenues. Between 1992 and 1997, for example, the number of minority-owned firms increased 29.6 percent, as compared to 3.9 percent for all US firms. In 1997, there were more than 3 million minority-led firms and, of that number, 84,000 have revenues in excess of $1 million and m...
 
Observing the Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act Observing the Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act   Observing the Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act

Tune in Thursday: at www.whitehouse.gov/live From the White House: Dear Friends, This Friday, July 26th, marks the 23rd anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The ADA is a landmark law that profoundly changed our nation. On the trajectory of forming a more perfect union, the passage of the ADA in 1990 was a major step forward in keeping a key promise of the American experiment: ensuring equal opportunity for all. This is personally important to me. As an immigrant, as an African American woman, as a civil rights attorney and as a deaf person, the ADA is more than j...
 
Life Advice About Changing Your Job Life Advice About Changing Your Job   Life Advice About Changing Your Job

This advice about Changing Your Job was produced by the MetLife Consumer Education Center and reviewed by the Employment and Training Administration of the U.S. Department of Labor and by the International Association for Financial Planning. A Fact Of Economic Life Maybe you've been watching the clock more often and counting the hours until the end of the workday. Perhaps you're feeling the sting of losing a promotion, or wondering whether your superiors are taking your hard work for granted. Or maybe you're just hungry for a new challenge. Whatever the situation, changing jobs-wheth...
 
Can I read my employees' email? Reading Employee E-mail   Can I read my employees' email?

QUESTION: An employee recently complained that she had received pornographic email messages and links to X-rated websites from some of her coworkers. I want to review these messages - and other messages these guys have sent - to figure out exactly how large a problem I'm facing. Can I do this? ANSWER: The answer is probably yes. Courts have routinely upheld an employer's right to read email messages sent and received on the company's email system, particularly if the employer has a compelling reason to do so -- as you clearly do. You will be on safest legal ground if you already have a wri...
 

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