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Today’s News Headlines: Stay on Top of the Latest Workplace Developments

Can’t keep track of all the various news articles and Internet stories out there about employment law and workplace issues? Let us do it for you! Just added to the Workplace Fairness web site is the feature “Today’s News Headlines.” Each day, as we learn of news articles that may be of interest to our readers, we will compile them here. Our “Today’s News Headline” page will contain all of the information you need, plus a direct link to each article listed. Don’t delay reading the articles you’re most interested in, as some news sources delete their articles after just a few days, or require that you pay to access older articles in their archives–this will help you find articles before they go away. If you see an article of interest that we don’t have listed, please e-mail us and let us know, and we’ll post it right away so that others can benefit.

And if you like (or don’t like) what you read, you can use our site’s new Action Center to contact the media. Our action center makes it simple to instantly fire off that letter to the editor you’ve been meaning to write, or to compliment the reporter who provided fair and unbiased coverage of an important issue, so no excuses allowed. We hope that this feature will help make it easier for you to to be better informed on workplace issues, and will help promote more and better coverage of key employment issues.

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