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Post-Baby Discrimination

By | Employment Discrimination

Much of the conversation regarding discrimination against women in the workplace centers around pregnancy discrimination.  But a recent lawsuit brings to light discrimination against female workers after they give birth. Nikki Columbus, a former editor at Parkett magazine, has sued MoMA PS1 on the grounds of caregiver and gender discrimination…

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Amazon Cover-Ups

By | Workers Compensation

The Guardian reports that Amazon appears to be harming its injured employees who suffer accidents on the job and cannot keep up with the frenetic pace of the company.  The story shows a pattern of Amazon’s refusal to file workers’ compensation paperwork and the unexpected cutting off of paid leave….

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Racial Bias in the Army

By | Employment Discrimination

A black veteran, age 54, has sued the United States Army in a Texarkana federal court, alleging racial and age discrimination that he suffered while he worked as an employee of the Millwood Tri-Lakes Project. The veteran, Glen Ivory, states that he was given the least desirable duties while he…

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What Is TBI?

By | VA Disability

In the past two decades, traumatic brain injury (TBI) has increased as one of the most common military injuries.  TBI ranges in type and severity, but even the mildest forms have the potential to intrude on every aspect of daily life. TBI symptoms include memory lapses, trouble sleeping, headaches, and…

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