As if The Glass On The Ceiling Wasn’t Thick Enough: The Motherhood Penalty At Work

Read it here. Discrimination isn’t always mean-spirited. Sometimes it’s done with the best of intentions. Take the hypothetical mother of two (we’ll call her Eliza) who is working at an hourly, “front line” position, maybe a customer service rep. Her supervisor is promoted, vacating the next rung on the corporate ladder. Eliza is ready. She…

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Most Important Civil Rights Law In 50 Years??? Federal Contractors Ordered To Comply With Law Or Lose Government Contracts

Read it here. Public Justice, a left-leaning civil rights advocacy group, called President Obama’s Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces executive order last week the most important advance in civil rights since the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 some 50 years ago this summer.  That strikes me as a bit—actually a lot– of…

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