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November 2016 Archives

Employers may try to hide discrimination

If your boss comes up to you and tells you that you're being fired because you're too old, it's a clear case of age discrimination. However, the sad reality is that employers often do discriminate when hiring, firing and promoting workers, but they just don't do it so obviously. They work hard to hide it or make it look like something else.

What do I need to know if I get hurt in my federal job?

Accidents can happen anytime, anywhere. That's sort of the nature of accidents. However, if you are a worker, and specifically a federal worker in Texas or anywhere federal employees are employed, risk of injury has a way of increasing.

Has politics cost Register of Copyrights her job?

Discrimination is against the law. Federal workers in Texas or anywhere else in the country who feel they've been the target of discrimination have statutory protections, but it's up to the individual to understand those rights and fight for them.

Sex harassment and the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy

The midshipmen at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy march in formation just like those at U.S military service academies even though it's run by the Transportation Department. According to its own website, the academy turns out male and female officers of "exemplary character" to serve in the commercial and military transport industry.

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