Traces of Racial Discrimination in US

Racial discrimination is still prevailing in the country like US, most developed country in the world. In U.S Marshals Services, the black employees were treated badly by the white manager. The black employees are given any chance of using gym and no promotions and incentives for them. On Wednesday, Oct.15, 2008 200 current black employees of US Marshall filed a law suit against the company for racial discrimination because the manager was treating the black employees like creatures and ridicule them as lazy. They also accused in front of US…

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Obama rally on roads of Hampton

Barack Obama the Democratic presidential nominee returned to Hampton roads on Tuesday, October 28, 2008 night with a rally at Harbor Park in Norfolk. Obama rally started at 9.30 p.m. and doors were opened from 7.00p.m. Tickets were not required but an RSVP was strongly recommended for attending the rally. Virginia could be a toss up, with Hampton Roads possibly decide which candidates wins the state as in recent research poll. Before six days of election Obama ahead in 8 battleground states, research poll on who wins in the elections…

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How Effective Is Work Place Drug Testing?

Though employee drug testing has many benefits, the program has always been controversial between employers and employees. One of the more controversial employment practices is the testing of job applicants and employees. It might be the privacy issues or accuracy issues, but employee drug testing isn’t liked by many people, especially the employees. And this often results in a question on how effective is it to conduct drug testing program in work places. There will be no second thought on the employer having right to sustain a drug-free work place.…

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The violation of Child labor laws in developing countries

It is very embarrassing that there are still child labors working hard for their family or themselves in the age of learning. Even in the developed countries like US there are many industries where we find child labor. We have a law against child labor which is as old as 1938. But we have failed to a big extent to implement this law. It was found that nearly half of all U.S. teenagers working in the retail or service sectors have performed workplace tasks that are prohibited by federal child…

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