What is happening to workers? In 2018 Workplace Fairness is keeping you informed about how workers rights are changing under the Trump administration. Share this Workplace Week newsletter with your friends and colleagues.The more people know what's going on the better prepared we all are to support and advocate for workers on issues that affect them, and us.
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“Having all this come to light sent a message that wild, free-wheeling days in Silicon Valley are over” said Paula Brantner, executive director of Workplace Fairness, a nonprofit organization working to preserve and promote employees’ rights.
Vacating the decision of the Merit Systems Protection Board that a man's resignation from federal employment was voluntary and not a constructive discharge because the Board's decision was based on incorrect evidentiary procedures, including the inappropriate application of collateral estoppel.
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