From the monthly archives: July 2014

We’ve made years of progress with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) since it was enacted 24 years ago, though not all people protected by the law know about their rights. Luckily, the new pregnancy discrimination federal guidelines released just last week highlight protection for pregnant employees under the Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978 (PDA) […]

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He’s a five-time X Games gold medalist, four-time Dew Cup Champion and one of Red Bull’s prized endorsers. Daniel Dhers is a world renowned action sports star and as fate would have it – he’s right in the Triangle’s backyard. In his case – a pretty big backyard – 37,000 square feet to […]

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Imagine 20 beautiful new Rico Student Stack Chairs welcoming students to your classroom come the start of the 2014-2015 school year. OFM is going to make that come true for one teacher through its new “Sit Down and Learn Giveaway.” Click here for the full story.

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Hospitals and other employers in states without job protections for smokers are within their rights to adopt such policies, employment law experts say. “Clearly, when an employer starts to make hiring decisions based on something other than merit or job description, they run a risk of running afoul of discrimination law,” said J. Thomas Spiggle, […]

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On the Fourth of July, we think of the colors of independence as red, white and blue. But for many of our service members and veterans, the color of their own independence is green. Click here for the full story.

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