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On Tuesday, October 6: The Supreme Court's Decision in EEOC v. Abercrombie: What Can Employers Do to Reduce the Risk of Religious Discrimination Claims in the Hiring Process?
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DVD–Ouch! That Stereotype Hurts: Communicating Respectfully in a Diverse World – By Leslie Aguilar

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Not Charity
By Gary Karp

The once-popular phrase was “Hire the Handicapped.”
Its tone was pretty undeniable: since having a disability is such an unfortunate thing, we should give those poor people jobs as a socially-charitable gesture ... Read more

 

The difference between your first thought and your second thought
By Joe Gerstand

A bias is a shortcut, an automatic association, a tool your brain uses to make decisions without using lots of time and energy. Know anyone that has an immediate, powerful (and illogical) response to a Garter snake? ... Read more

 

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