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Research To Practice: Working It Out: Workplace Experiences Of Individuals With Hiv And Individuals With Cancer, Sheila Fesko Jul 1999

Research To Practice: Working It Out: Workplace Experiences Of Individuals With Hiv And Individuals With Cancer, Sheila Fesko

Research to Practice Series, Institute for Community Inclusion

This brief describes the experiences of individuals with these illnesses, underlines similarities and differences between the two groups, and provides strategies for disclosure, support, and personal advocacy in the workplace.


Tools For Inclusion: Americans With Disabilities Act (Ada) Title 1: Employment, Joe Marrone Jun 1998

Tools For Inclusion: Americans With Disabilities Act (Ada) Title 1: Employment, Joe Marrone

Tools for Inclusion Series, Institute for Community Inclusion

Brief overview of the concepts and scope of the Americans with Disabilities Act, plus resource lists.


Tools For Inclusion: The Americans With Disabilities Act: General Overview, Karen Zimbrich May 1998

Tools For Inclusion: The Americans With Disabilities Act: General Overview, Karen Zimbrich

Tools for Inclusion Series, Institute for Community Inclusion

Brief overview of the concepts and scope of the Americans with Disabilities Act, plus resource lists.


Preliminary Report On A Comparative Analysis Of The Underlying Dimensions Of Unemployment Among Blacks, Hispanics, And Whites In Boston, Jeremiah Cotton Jun 1987

Preliminary Report On A Comparative Analysis Of The Underlying Dimensions Of Unemployment Among Blacks, Hispanics, And Whites In Boston, Jeremiah Cotton

William Monroe Trotter Institute Publications

There are four major objectives of this research. The first objective is to determine whether and to what extent differences in unemployment rates in Boston among black, Hispanic, and white workers are due to the following: (1) the differences in the percentage of individuals in each group who experience a spell of unemployment at one time or another during the year, that is the incidence of unemployment; or (2) the differences in the average number of spells of unemployment during the year, that is the frequency of unemployment; or (3) the differences in the average length of time a spell ...