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June 2016 Archives

Women in construction and workplace discrimination, pt. 1

It is the season of construction in New York City, a city that is already generally well-known for its ongoing, multiplying work zones. Community progress often means a need for new and/or improved buildings and streets. We need men -- and women -- to put in the construction work that ultimately makes this area great. 

New York ad campaign is reminder of anti-discrimination laws

With the passing of time, comes the progress of different human rights. While the battles against racial and sexual discrimination, for example, are not over, a fight that is currently the center of conversation is the fight regarding gender identity and bathroom use. 

What is 'disparate impact?'

Intentionally discriminating against someone at his or her place of employment is against federal and state laws, including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. However, what if a person is discriminated against at work, but the employer did not have any intention of discriminating? Is that illegal?

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