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ENDA Promises to Ban Employment Discrimination for Gays

August 1, 1995
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The Employment Non-Discrimination Act, currently being debated by the U.S. Congress, would give gays, bisexuals and lesbians legal recourse to fight against employment- and workplace-related discrimination.
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Affirmative Action Organizations

August 1, 1995
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Organizations you can contact for help regarding Affirmative Action.
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Gay Employees Are Demanding Fair Play

August 1, 1995
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A significant shift now under way in the American workplace is causing more human resources professionals to address gay employment issues.
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Q & A About Affirmative Action

August 1, 1995
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Affirmative action is legally driven and is about trying to achieve equality of opportunity by focusing on specific groups.
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Open the Corporate Closet to Sexual Orientation Issues

August 1, 1995
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HR has traditionally balked at addressing gay and lesbian employee issues. But if you don't begin treating the concerns of this employee group openly and equitably-and soon-your company will face productivity decline, recruitment hassles and turnover highs.
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Affirmative Action What You Need To Know

August 1, 1995
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Thirty years after the passage of the Civil Rights Act-which established affirmative action-a debate rages over its continued necessity. HR must know the facts and implications of the debate so it can maintain and manage the diverse work force needed to compete in today's market.
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1995 Managing Change Optimas Award ProfileBRThe Seattle Times Co

July 1, 1995
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A comprehensive diversity initiative and content audits have helped the Seattle newspaper change to meet the needs of the changing community.
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Learning to Understand Each Other by

May 1, 1995
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Men and women successfully can address their chronic conflicts and misunderstandings.
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Sexual Politics

May 1, 1995
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The struggle for power, job insecurity and programs designed in the name of diversity, have all contributed to increased tension between the genders. Yet, few companies are doing much about it. Here's why you can no longer ignore it.
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