Author Archives: John O. Cunningham

"English-only" complaints to the EEOC are on the rise (access required)

As more and more employers hire workers who don’t speak English or speak it only as a second language, workplace conflicts and consequent complaints about discrimination have dramatically increased. Some businesses have begun mandating that workers communicate in English as ...

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The Fine Print (access required)

“Elusive Innocence.” By Dean Tong. Huntington House Publishers. 278 pages. $15.99. The opening chapter of “Elusive Innocence” reads like a Kafka novel, but it is part of the real-life story of a man in Massachusetts named Dean Tong. Tong’s book ...

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