- Dozens of Companies Are Using Facebook to Exclude Older . . .
Dozens of Companies Are Using Facebook to Exclude Older Workers From Job Ads Among the companies we found doing it: Amazon, Verizon, UPS and Facebook itself
- Facebook Job Ads Raise Concerns About Age Discrimination . . .
Facebook has argued in court filings that the law, the Communications Decency Act, makes it immune from liability for discriminatory ads Although Facebook is a relatively new entrant into the
- Business Ethics | The Magazine of Corporate Responsibility
Should companies embrace the notion that profit and social purpose are both critical elements of business success? BlackRock CEO Larry Fink says ‘Yes’ – and big asset managers increasingly agree
- Facebook is now legally bound to stop advertisers from . . .
Facebook signed a legally binding pledge on Tuesday promising that it would not allow advertisers to exclude people on the basis of race, national origin, religion, sexual orientation and other
- Facebook allows age-based targeting of job-wanted ads . . .
Some of the nation's top companies, including Verizon, Amazon, and Facebook, are targeting recruitment ads on Facebook by age — often excluding older workers
- Gates of Vienna
As a follow-up to Tuesday’s post about the majority-minority public schools in Oslo, the following brief account reports the latest statistics on the cultural enrichment of schools in Austria Vienna is the most fully enriched location, and seems to be in roughly the same situation as Oslo Many thanks to Hermes for the translation from Unzensuriert at:
- InformationWeek, serving the information needs of the . . .
This is what a successful digital transformation looks like, based on research into the characteristics of enterprises that have succeeded with transformations in real life
- fisherynation. com – continuously updated
When James A Santapaola Jr got nabbed landing 183 illegal lobsters at a local lobster wholesaler two years ago, the Gloucester lobsterman eventually cut a deal with prosecutors to plead guilty to 20 of the counts and pay two fines totaling $10,050