November 2011

Australia’s Solution to Disability Discrimination Enforcement

November 25, 2011

Until recently, Australian disability discrimination law was similar to that of the United States and much of the rest of the world: it defined disability relatively narrowly, its penalties for noncompliance were relatively paltry, and it depended on enforcement of lawsuits brought by aggrieved private citizens.

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Advancing Student Achievement Through Labor-Management Collaboration

November 17, 2011

One of the most contentious issues unfolding in the political landscape of the United States is public education optimization and reform. While the United States represents the world’s largest and most diverse economy, it ranks “average” at best when it comes to public school education as a whole, and markedly worse in the math and […]

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Creating Stronger Diversity Initiatives in Employment Settings

November 4, 2011

Abstract: This article explores the common problems associated with ineffective diversity initiatives and what steps a firm can take to cultivate a successful plan.

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