"Let the shameful wall of exclusion finally come tumbling down," declared President George H. W. Bush as he prepared to sign the legislation 25 years ago today.
At a recent weekly staff meeting, human resources manager Zetta Ferguson noticed that one of her employees wasn't sitting at the conference table.
...York and Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut said they are calling on the Department of Justice and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to launch investigations. The senators are sending letters to the heads of the agencies.The Associated...
Greater Faith Ministries' women's conference, JOY, will be held today at the church, 179 Calhoun St., Barnwell, S.C.
For companies with more than 15 people, federal law requires employers to "reasonably accommodate" an employee's religious beliefs. Employers are exempt only if they can show the accommodation would cause an "undue hardship" on business.
AIKEN --- The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a federal civil suit against the company that operates Fairfield Inn & Suites hotel in Aiken on Monday.
Stokes-Hodges Chevrolet Cadillac Buick Pontiac GMC in Thomson will pay $140,000 to settle a race discrimination lawsuit brought by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the agency said Thursday.
CHICAGO - Gray hair seems like a silvery career asset to 56-year-old Dan Vnuk now that he's given up dyeing his, hoping to improve his job prospects.
NEW YORK -- Greeting-card and novelty companies call them "Over the Hill" products: the 50th Birthday Coffin Gift Boxes featuring prune juice and anti-aging soap; the "Old Coot" and "Old Biddy" bobblehead dolls; the birthday cards mocking the mobility, intellect and sex drive of the no-longer-young.
Despite reporting minority hiring practices to the federal government, most of the area's top employers are unwilling to discuss them publicly.