News & Announcements
The United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit recently held that a plaintiff who worked at and was a shareholder-director of a closely held family business could not proceed on a Title VII claim of religious discrimination against the business.
Difficult people are everywhere. They're part of our families, live within our communities and commute on the same roads as us.
Workers value opportunity for flexibility regarding technology used to get the job done, according to an Intelligent Office Work IQ Survey featured in CCH Daily Document Update.
On April 25, the United States Senate confirmed the nomination of Jenny Yang (D) to serve on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for a term expiring on July 1, 2017.
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- Upcoming Holidays
- Operating Engineers Pension Plan
- Operating Engineers Stabilization Fund
- OSHA Issues Final Rule to Protect Workers Using Cranes and Derricks in Demolition and Underground Construction
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