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EEOC Shares Workplace Harassment Report Results Amid #MeToo Movement

Amid the #MeToo momentum, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission held a public meeting today in DC to share key takeaways from its 2016 Workplace Harassment Report and hear testimony from experts on best practices for addressing and curtailing workplace harassment. Continue reading EEOC Shares Workplace Harassment Report Results Amid #MeToo Movement

PATRIOTlink® connects Veterans to free local services and resources

  The military community, veterans’ advocacy groups and corporations gathered at the National Press Club in Washington, DC last Thursday for the launch of PATRIOTlink®, the nation’s first cloud-based service referral for veterans, service members, and their families. Initially a pilot project by the Code of Support Foundation, the launch signaled the completion of two years of research, technology innovation, and input from collaborators to … Continue reading PATRIOTlink® connects Veterans to free local services and resources

A Dream Deferred, but Not Unfulfilled

When I opened my inbox this morning, there was a shocking story. Not a doom-and-gloom article about the things that tend to keep us on edge these days. This was a shockingly wonderful story about a 91-year-old Thai woman, who after ten years of study, received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Human and Family Development from Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University this week. Because of … Continue reading A Dream Deferred, but Not Unfulfilled