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  • Lawsuit Against Starbucks Claims ADA Violations

    A class action suit against the well-known coffee corporation Starbucks will be allowed to move forward after a judge ruled on the matter. According to the claim at the center of the case, the company ... Read Article

June Posts

  • Lawsuit Against Starbucks Claims ADA Violations

    A class action suit against the well-known coffee corporation Starbucks will be allowed to move forward after a judge ruled on the matter. According to the claim at the center of the case, the company is guilty of ignoring the federal requirements of the Americans with ... Read Article
  • Many Want Stricter Enforcement for Workplace Safety

    Some experts are aggravated by the conditions that workers of the world are exposed to through no fault of their own. Each day, millions of individuals are required to head into a workplace that does not abide by adequate safety precautions. While many of these people are located ... Read Article
  • SeaWorld Makes Changes to Safety, OSHA Finds Them Inadequate

    SeaWorld, the famed marine mammal park and oceanarium company, is in the news once again. According to reports, the company is not providing a safe work environment for its animal trainers. Investigations conducted by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration began ... Read Article
  • Employers May Use Downsizing to Retaliate

    A number of workers in Texas have been cut from their jobs -- this is something that has been seen across the nation, in many different forms. Some have been fired, others laid off or let go; some have been victims of restructuring or downsizing. Though many people feel like ... Read Article
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