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Even so, companies of every size should make an ethical effort to avoid discrimination. “An affirmative action plan consists of statistical analysis of the employer’s under utilization of individuals from certain protected classes and includes the steps that will be taken to improve their representation in the employer’s workforce” (PPS, 2008). Still, the historical presence of discrimination has caused many industries to have a natural discrepancy in the number of minority employees.
Compared to the control group, age and gender adjusted estimates revealed the FM group had significantly more neurological abnormalities in multiple categories including: cranial nerves IX and X (42% vs. 8%), sensory (65% vs. 25%), motor (33% vs. SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfilePeter Gabriel won’t be performing his Oscar nominated song Down to Earth, featured in the animated film Wall E, at next Sunday’s Academy Awards, reports Deadline Hollywood Daily’s Nikki Finke. The singer is taking issue with the less than respectful treatment of his category, Original Song. It seems, in an attempt to keep the televised ceremony to a painful three hours rather than the standard excruciating four, show producers have reduced the song segment to a quick and dirty “medley.” The result: Gabriel and other nominated performers get a little over a minute of stage time to bust a larynx.Nobody’s monkey, Gabriel wisely declined the opportunity to proclaim his relative inconsequence to an audience of one billion.
I had no respect for management, the “man.” My boss had a sign in his office that said, “I may not be smart, but I sure am experienced.” So I thought it would be funny if I made a sign that said, “I may not be experienced, but I sure am smart” and hung it in my cubicle. My boss didn’t think that was very funny. But you know, part of me didn’t mean it as a joke.
This year HRC gave 21 of the largest companies in the United States perfect scores of 100, nearly twice as many companies as in 2002. One of the biggest areas of progress this year was in protection against discrimination based on gender identity and expression. In 2002 only 15 of the Fortune 500 companies surveyed by HRC included gender identity or expression in their written nondiscrimination policies.