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This Man's Story Of Being Discriminated For Wearing Makeup At Work Is Going Viral

Refinery 29

Not too long ago, seeing a man wearing makeup in his day-to-day life would have been considered an anomaly. But things have changed...The non-profit organization Workplace Fairness, which works to protect employee rights in the US, states that employers can legally choose to regulate clothing, piercings, tattoos, makeup, nails, hair, and more, provided the rules are not discriminatory...

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Trump is about to make America much crueler to unionized workers

Ian Millhiser

Black Women's Equal Pay Day shows how far from equality we are and how slow progress is

Laura Clawson

Don’t Dawdle on Economic and National Security

Leo Gerard

Trump has bad news for millions of workers in line for overtime pay under Obama

Laura Clawson

Justice Department brief argues against protections for LGBTQ workers

Casey Quinlan

The GOP’s Trojan Horse on Health Care Repeal

Julie Chinitz

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Trzaska v. L'Oreal USA, Inc.

Reversing the pre-discovery dismissal of a wrongful termination claim filed by an in-house patent attorney against their former employer, L'Oreal, alleging that he was terminated for his refusal to violate ethical rules on their behalf because, as the court put it, his allegations were more than skin-deep.

August 2, 2017

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Nissan attacked for one of 'nastiest anti-union campaigns' in modern US history

What We Talk About When We Talk About the Gig Economy

Serena Williams: How Black Women Can Close the Pay Gap

Nissan Launches Anti-Union Blitz Ahead Of Pivotal UAW Election

Wage Gap Statistics You Need To Know On Black Women’s Equal Pay Day

Jeff Sessions’ Assault On Gay Workers Revealed Yet Another Lie He Told At Confirmation Hearings

U.S. Justice Department says anti-bias law does not protect gay workers

To Keep Drivers From Leaving, Uber Tries To Treat Them Better

Americans with disabilities still can't land jobs

National Labor Relations Board is not the protector of big business

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