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March 2018 Archives

Of 118 sex discrimination complaints, Microsoft found 1 credible

Thanks to a potential class action lawsuit against Microsoft, information has been released about how many gender discrimination and sexual harassment complaints the company received, along with how it handled those complaints. Between 2010 and 2016, women working technical jobs at Microsoft in the U.S. filed 238 internal complaints about sex discrimination or sexual harassment. Of those, 118 were for sex discrimination.

Researchers: Motorcycle helmets may reduce risk of neck injury

Could a motorcycle helmet protect your cervical spine -- your neck -- in the event of a traffic crash? Some people have argued that helmets have no effect on such injuries, while others have argued that the extra weight of the helmet could even increase the risk.

Appeals courts rule Title VII protects gay, transgendered workers

Two federal appellate courts have recently ruled that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects workers from discrimination based on sexual orientation and transgendered status. They reasoned that the law's prohibition against discrimination "because of sex." Past rulings have found that gender discrimination includes situations in which a person fails to conform to gender stereotypes.

Targeting sexual harassment in New York City

Sexual harassment has become a hot-button topic all around the country, and New York is no exception. Numerous victims have come forward in every field from entertainment to business to politics to share their experiences of workplace harassment. To address the issue, several state and city leaders have proposed new legislation that would prevent, target and punish sexual harassment.

US Tennis Association held responsible for player's slip and fall

In 2014, Canadian tennis player Eugenie Bouchard was ranked No. 5 in the world. In 2015, she suffered a head injury in a slip-and-fall accident in a locker room. She says she isn't the same player she was before that fall. She is currently ranked No. 116 worldwide.

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