Latino workers are often targeted for violations of wage laws, a poll conducted last month by Latino Decisions and the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) revealed.
Uber is clearly having some serious growing pains, as evidenced by numerous media reports this week. The beleaguered company is reeling from allegations of sexual harassment and the announcement that its co-founder and chief executive officer (CEO), Travis Kalaninck, will be taking "an indefinite leave of absence."
A bipartisan bill before President Trump awaits his signature to become law. It seeks to clarify whistleblower protections under the law that shield employees of the federal government who disobey their superiors' directives when they violate regulations or are otherwise illegal.