Because March is Women's History Month, it is time to remember some of the milestones in the ongoing fight for equal rights and equal pay.
In political circles, and even in the media these days, "leaked" information and "whistleblowing" often seem to be used interchangeably to identify behaviors or conduct in a variety of circumstances. The trend recently sparked the Voice of America to delve into the similarities (if any) and differences between individuals who "leak news" and whistleblowers who come forward with information. Matthew Miller is a former director of Public Affairs for the Department of Justice.
Milwaukee PBS has been a regular part of our city's broadcast media for nearly six decades. The TV station recently aired a report on Newshour that highlighted an issue important to many of our readers: disability discrimination in the workplace.
A world of information is online, but if the information isn't accessible to everyone, is it really useful? And are there steps that can be taken to make the information accessible to everyone?
Some people are surprised to find out that they are "at-will" employees. They may not know what the term means, but they have a feeling that the term is not beneficial to them. So: what does it mean to be an at-will employee?