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EEOC Sues Scully Distribution Services and Ryder System Inc for Discrimination Against Non-Whites

Officials for Scully and Ryder are under fire after using racially and ethnically insensitive terms as well as treating minorities less favorably and firing them after they filed complaints.  Scully Distribution Services and Ryder System Inc., the company which purchased…
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EEOC Sues Kids R Us Childcare Company for Retaliation and Pregnancy Bias

On September 29th, the EEOC filed a suit against Kids R Us LLC, a company which owns and operates childcare facilities in Oklahoma.  The suit was filed after an employee was forced to quit and her relatives were fired after…
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VETS-100/100A Start Date Pushed Back to November 1

The Department of Labor typically accepts VETS-100/100A filings starting on August 1.  This year, however, the Department has encountered a number of technical problems with their electronic submission process which has prevented contractors from submitting their filings.  While the Department…
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Berkeley Bake Sale Causes Affirmative Action Controversy

Controversy is stirring at the University of California, Berkeley, after a Republican student group decided to hold a bake sale at which the prices were determined by the buyer’s race and sex.  The bake sale, intended to highlight the group’s…
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What Can Companies Learn from Tyson Fresh Meat’s Sex Discrimination Case?

Earlier this week it was announced that Tyson Fresh Meats is to pay $2.25 million in order to settle sex discrimination cases with the United States Labor Department.  In a press release from the US Department of Labor, over sixteen…
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