equal employment opportunity

September 1991
Labor Law Journal;Sep91, Vol. 42 Issue 9, p647
Academic Journal
Presents news briefs concerning labor cases on equal employment opportunity in the U.S. as of September 1991. Decision by a circuit court that a supervisor's admitted dislike of Iranian employees was not enough to prove an unlawful hostile work environment; Basis of the rejection by a federal district court in Maryland to the race and sex bias claims of an unsuccessful African American claimant; Rejection by a federal district court in Kansas to the sexual harassment charges made by a homosexual employee against his employer.


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