Monthly Archives: November 2011

Groupon Morale Shifts and TSA Settles HIV Discrimination Claim

I’ve got two pieces bouncing around the Internet this week (with a couple more huge pieces coming up).

The first piece is published on the Huffington Post and looks at what appears to be a shifting corporate culture at Groupon. As the start-up darling gears up for its IPO, its sales staff has been griping extra loudly on GlassDoor.com. Take a look for yourself.

The second piece covers an ACLU case where an HIV-positive job applicant alleged the TSA denied him a job in violation of the ADA and the agency’s own policies. The article looks at the workplace protections that are afforded those in the HIV/AIDS community. Read it here.

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