The is a meeting place and focus for its vital and varied downtown community. Within a supportive environment it responds to community issues and needs by supplying the resources and opportunities to foster self-determination. It is committed to principles of accessibility, voluntarism, individual dignity and value, participation and celebration. Around the Rainbow works with the gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans, two spirit, and queer LGBTTQ community, and allies, to support diverse families in childcare, preschools, schools in the greater Ottawa area.
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Companies have been increasingly investing in programs that give employees more job-related flexibility, time for personal activities, and convenience. By promoting a positive work-family culture, employers are able to maintain a happier, healthier and more committed workforce, which contributes to the bottom line. But are companies missing something when it comes to addressing issues of work and family? Interviews with 53 LGB employees in the U. This is the case even if the employee is out at work.
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In an emphatic win for civil rights, equal justice and common sense, the Supreme Court ruled on Monday that federal law bars employers from firing workers for being lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. In separate cases consolidated for argument , three plaintiffs — two gay men and a transgender woman — had sued their employers for firing them after learning of their sexual orientation or transgender status. It does not matter, the court said, whether the employer might have had additional reasons for the firing.