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The Winchester SunA former Fountain Circle Health and Rehabilitation Center employee has filed suit against the facility’s parent company, Kindred Nursing Centers, for wrongful termination. Deshanna Baker filed suit June 1 in Clark Circuit Court, claiming race...
The Kentucky Commission on Human Rights board of commissioners met Thursday in Danville to rule on discrimination complaints on behalf of the people of the state. The board routinely meets at its headquarters in Louisville. As budget allows, the...
A Winchester woman who has been arguing since March that she was wrongfully fired from a local nursing home will continue to receive unemployment benefits, despite claims of misconduct from her former employer. She recently filed a complaint with the...
A church-state dispute about employment discrimination argued before the U.S. Supreme Court this week doesn’t have the headline appeal of culture-war battles over “prayer in school” or crèches in courthouse lobbies. But pay close...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgShe started her story with the night she was paralyzed — a then 18-year-old lying on the side of a European road, rain splashing on her face, a searing pain as she tried to stretch. “I can’t stand to touch my body,” she said....
Tribune reporterBMO Harris Bank will pay $400,000 to 14 former workers to resolve a disability lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The EEOC, which enforces federal laws against job discrimination, had alleged in a lawsuit filed in...
Retired World Bank administrator Anne B. Thomas will be the guest speaker at the League of Women Voters annual meeting Tuesday, May 21, at 7:30 p.m. at Otterbein United Methodist Church on the corner of East Franklin and Locust streets in Hagerstown. The...
Imagine me walking into a corporate executive's office. Me: How important is trust to the health of your workplace? Executive: Why, it's critical. Awkward pause. Executive: Who are you? And why are you in my office wearing pajamas? Me: I'm...
Wet Seal will pay $7.5 million to settle a racial discrimination lawsuit that accused the teen retailer of firing black employees to present a blond-and-blue-eyed front in its stores, according to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund. The...
"The past is never dead. It's not even past," William Faulkner wrote more than 60 years ago, long before the sound and the fury of online chatter and the Internet's capacity for keeping one's personal history ever-present and unburied. The road people...
An Orland Park-based janitorial company accused of discriminating against Hispanic employees will pay a total of $360,000 in the case, according to a settlement filed in federal court. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in a federal...
A jury has awarded $240 million to 32 mentally disabled former workers at a turkey processing plant in Iowa, in what officials on Wednesday said was the largest such judgment in a federal abuse and discrimination case. After a week-long trial, the...
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