Tag: Salvation Army

From Goodwill to the Salvation Army: Evaluating the Ethics of some of America’s Best-Known Charities

Last year when Change.org’s petition to stop Goodwill Industries from exploiting its workers with disabilities entered the spotlight, the public was confused as to why an 80-year-old law which allowed the practice still governed an organization claiming to do charitable work. However, Goodwill is not the only so-called charity that…

Archived: JCPenney Partners with Salvation Army to Bring Holiday Cheer to DFW Area Children, Seniors

JCPenney (a DiversityInc Noteworthy Company) associates are sharing the holiday spirit this season by giving back to those in need. Throughout the month of November, JCPenney associates from the Company’s Home Office, headquartered in Plano, Texas, adopted 1,460 angels in partnership with the Dallas-Fort Worth Salvation Army Angel Tree Program….

Archived: Who Can't Be Sued for Discrimination

There are a number of factors that make some employers immune from lawsuits. American Indian tribes are “Sovereign Nations” under the treaties they signed to give away America and be confined to reservations. As Sovereign Nations, tribal organizations are immune from most employment laws. Religious organizations are also exempt from…