Posts Tagged: Bureau of Prisons

Black Veterans Under Siege by Feds

Despite laws, like the Notification and Federal Employee Anti-discrimination and Retaliation (No FEAR) Act of 2002 established to provide a work environment free of discrimination and retaliation, far too many U.S. federal officials continue to treat America’s returning service men and women of color unfairly.   Black veterans often confront “race” discrimination in addition to military… Read more »

Daily Dose: Protecting Employees from Retaliation

Have you ever been afraid to speak up for fear of losing your job? Discrimination complaints are on the rise at federal agencies, but many employees are still afraid to complain for fear of retaliation, according to a new EEOC report. In particular, the EEOC found that the Bureau of Prisons had an unusually poor… Read more »