Dog and pony shows are not the only corporate form of seeking new business. Corporate events may go beyond generic glad-handing to attract new business. A former executive of an international medical device and medical service organization brought forward evidence that the eye care company was offering doctors lavish vacations to entice them to direct traffic to the business, according to The National Law Review.
Milwaukee public broadcasting station WUWM recently aired what it calls "The Case For More Doctors With Disabilities." As our readers know, many people who suffer disability through injury or illness can find that they face discrimination in the workplace from employers, supervisors, managers or co-workers.
Everyone who works for a living in Milwaukee understands that employees and employers are going to have diverging points of view on a number of topics. Company owners and workers often have different ideas of what's appropriate in matters such as pay, vacation time, workplace attire and more.
It is about a three-hour, 200-mile drive from the southwestern corner of Wisconsin to the northeastern corner of Missouri. Our states aren't separated by great geographic or philosophical distances. Their state's Human Rights Act prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, disability or age. Wisconsin's Fair Employment Law is similar, though a bit broader.
When married couples reach their 50th anniversary, family and friends gather in celebration of the golden event. Few people are organizing parties to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the passing of the federal Age Discrimination in Employment Act, however.