Dayton HRC

HRC News Clips July 18-24, 2015

 Civil Rights/Fair Housing

EEOC rules employers can’t discriminate against gay workers, but that may not settle issue. Dayton Business Journal. July 20, 2015. Read more here.

What employers should know about religious accommodations. Dayton Business Journal. July 17, 2015. Read more here.

Michael Barone commentary: ‘Disparate impact’ should be challenged. Columbus Dispatch. July 23, 2015. Read more here.

 

Business and Technical Assistance

Dayton airport preparing to launch nearly $40M in upgrade projects. July 24, 2015. Read more here.  

Discounted Office Rent Available In Downtown Dayton. Dayton Daily News. July 15, 2015. Read more here.

Divided highway: Data shows minority firms left behind on road to riches: Women-owned firms reap big wins in DBE program. WCPO. July 19, 2015. Read more here.

EXCLUSIVE: Ohio Department of Transportation shakes up inclusion program for highway contracts: Reforms could prevent big cuts in federal funding. WCPO. July 21, 2015. Read more here.

5 tips for winning government contracts. Dayton Business Journal. July 23, 2015. Read more here.

5 ways to help more women become entrepreneurs. Dayton Business Journal. July 20, 2015. Read more here.

 

Community Police Relations

Panel to choose court-mandated Cleveland Community Police Commission holds forum: Three takeaways. July 20, 2015. Read more here.

Sheriff: Man point pistol, Deputies shot him. WHIO. July 24, 2015. Read more here.

Youth Center promotes peace with block party. WHIO. July 22, 2015. Read more here.

Vigil held for Germantown street shooting victim. WHIO. July 23, 2015. Read more here.

Communities are safer when law enforcement roles are clear. The Hill. (Dayton Police Department covered). July 15, 2015. Read more here.

 

Welcome Dayton

House bill on immigrants could cost Dayton money. Dayton Daily News. July 23, 2015. Read more here.

Suicide risk high among Bhutanese immigrants in central Ohio. Columbus Dispatch. July 20, 2015. Read more here.

Statistics don’t support view of immigrants. Columbus Dispatch. July 20, 2015. Read more here.

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