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In 1919, Congress adopted the 19th Amendment of the United States Constitution which was ratified in August of 1920. The 19th Amendment gave women in America the right to vote and giving them a voice to speak, which lead to rising of successful women entrepreneurs in the United States, such...
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Inclusive language guidelines   The glossary of terms below is a point of reference but is not meant to be exhaustive or definitive. Language evolves and appropriate terminology changes as Canadian culture and society shifts. As much as using the ‘right’ terms or words is something we all work towards,...
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Human rights legislation protects people from discrimination. It seeks to guarantee equal treatment regardless of a particular identity or historical oppression in relation to employment and offers of employment, as well as in areas unrelated to employment.  Most human rights complaints originate in the workplace. As organizations strive to create better...
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Did you know that the Americans with Disability Act, known as the ( “ADA”), which applies to both State and Local government prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability by public entities? Subtitle A of the ADA protects qualified individuals with disabilities from discrimination on the basis of disability in...
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Starting a business is a dream come true for many people, but there is a lot of challenging thought which needs to be applied before you began the journey of turning your desire and dreams into a viable business. The first two things you want to do is decide what...
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