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Justice Department’s Immigrant and Employee Rights Section Offers Webinars for Advocates (Dec. 2017)

The Immigrant and Employee Rights Section (IER) is offering a number of free, informative webinars for the public in December and January. These include webinars for workers, employers, and advocates.

Immigrant and Employee Rights: Saipan Restaurant Distributes $40,000 in Back Pay to U.S. Workers Under Justice Department Settlement (Dec. 2017)

The Justice Department announced today that J.E.T. Holding Co. Inc. (JET) has paid $40,000 to nine U.S. citizens pursuant to a settlement with the department. The payments, which JET distributed

Office of Disability Employment Policy Newsletter (Dec. 8, 2017)

Careers in the Arts Dialogue Starts Today Through December 15 Today through December 15, you’re invited to participate in an ePolicyWorks online dialogue hosted by ODEP and the National Endowment

On-Demand Civil Rights Webcasts Available: Delivering Public-Facing Programs and Activities in Compliance with Federal Law

Delivered by Civil Rights Expert and Author Seena Foster In 2017, State and local government officials are applauding the webcasts, stating they are “outstanding,” “very informative,” and “extremely useful.” Each

Paperback and E-Book: Conducting Civil Rights Investigations in Government Programs and Activities

This is the only book on the market that focuses on discrimination complaint investigations in a wide range of Federally-assisted, public-facing programs and activities! Reviews by State and local equal

Fair Housing News (Nov. 29, 2017)

Dear Colleague, WASHINGTON – The newest edition of “Programs of HUD” has been posted. It may be found on the public website, and also at this direct link:

November Issue of FTA Transit Safety and Oversight Spotlight Newsletter Now Available (Nov. 2017)

A new issue of the Transit Safety and Oversight Spotlight newsletter is now available. The November edition includes a recap of the 2017 Joint State Safety Oversight and Rail Transit

EEOC: Promising Practices for Preventing Workplace Harassment (Nov. 2017)

As many employers recognize, adopting proactive measures may prevent harassment from occurring. Employers implement a wide variety of creative and innovative approaches to prevent and correct harassment. The Report of

U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Litigation Briefs (Nov. 2017)

November 7, 2017 CON ED TO PAY $800,000 TO SETTLE EEOC DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION SUIT: Utility Giant Refused to Hire Applicants Due to Their Disabilities, Federal Agency Charged NEW YORK –

Fair Housing News (Nov. 2017)

Dear Colleague, WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced today it is charging the owner and landlord of several rental properties in Wichita, Kansas, and