Why are our employers making our health insurance choices in the first place? (USA) http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/jurisprudence/2014/03/when_did_we_decide_it_was_ok_to_let_our_bosses_choose_our_health_insurance.html
Approximately 80% of garment workers are women. This is not by chance, but the result of gender discrimination which runs through the industry. Women are desirable in the garment industry because employers take advantage of cultural stereotypes – to which women are often obliged to adhere – that portrays women as passive and flexible.
How would you feel if your employer helped you pay off your student loans? Many students would like the idea of this and soon, it may be a reality. Most company benefits include things such as health insurance, retirement options, life insurance, and paid holidays, but now, paying off student loans may be making it to the list.
Patients and researchers have harshly criticized the leniency of research misconduct findings against former Duke University cancer researcher Anil Potti and the sole focus on Potti by the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Research Integrity. http://www.bna.com/patients-researchers-demand-n57982065145/
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