The pink ceiling
- Census Bureau Seeks Gay Temp Employees. // Advocate;3/6/80, Issue 287, p7
Reports on the U.S. Bureau of the Census' search of gays to fill temporary positions required in the April 1980 census taking. Response of the gay community to the call.
- Catholic order must pay millions in gay suit. F.P.E. // Off Our Backs;Mar97, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p6
Presents information from the January 16, 1997 issue of the `Health Law Reporter' periodical on a jury ruling ordering Carney Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts to pay damages for a man who was fired because the hospital thought he was gay.
- Out of the closet. Kronenberger, G.K. // Personnel Journal;Jun91, Vol. 70 Issue 6, p40
Looks at how various gay employee groups in such companies as Apple Computer and Pacific Bell have made it possible for gay employees to come `out' without suffering professionally by establishing employee networks, educating co-workers and pushing for reform in benefits provisions. Details. ...
- etc. // Missoula Independent;1/27/2011, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p7
The article focuses on the aim to pass a legislation that prevents employers from being charged with discrimination if they do not hire gay applicants in Missoula, Montana.
- SF Gay Appointment Voted. // Advocate;7/2/75, Issue 167, p5
Reports on San Francisco, California board of supervisors' passing of a resolution urging the city mayor to appoint a gay person to the city Human Rights Commission when a vacancy occurs.
- A few good queers. Burrell, James // Xtra (Toronto);10/9/2008, Issue 625, p10
The article deals with the move of the Toronto Police Service to hold an information session at the Metropolitan Community Church in Toronto, Ontario on October 4, 2008 for homosexuals who are interested in a career in policing.
- Gays don't rate. // Advocate;05/27/97, Issue 734, p20
Presents a percentage of supporters to the federal law that bans job discrimination against gays.
- SHORT TAKES: Seattle. // Advocate;3/6/80, Issue 287, p12
Reports on Seattle, Washington, city clerk Wayne Angevine's claims that his dismissal in 1980 was due to his being a gay.
- 'Science' Magazine Bans Antigay Bias. // Advocate;7/9/81, Issue 321, p11
Reports that the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) will require employers advertising in its official journal, `Science' to sign a statement that they will hire applicants without regard to sexual orientation. AAAS policy of non-discrimination on the basis of sexual...