Monthly Archives: September 2011

Poll Shows More People Unhappy with Health Insurance, other Benefits

The changes to the labor market include more than just layoffs, and a persistently high unemployment rate.  A new Gallup poll shows that employee dissatisfaction has increased on many measures, including most notably the health insurance benefits.  Between August 2008 and August 2011, the percentage of workers who are unhappy with “the health insurance benefits...
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The EEOC’s Litigation is in Action Mode

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has been working hard this summer, according to an article summarizing its latest cases.  The EEOC enforces federal discrimination laws.  Most people who file charges of discrimination with the agency have dealings with the investigative personnel, and perhaps the mediators.  But the EEOC also works on larger issues, like...
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