Posted June 28, 2018 05:47:30It may not be the most glamorous job out there, but a construction engineer is in demand.
The job is responsible for the construction of homes, factories and other buildings, and has become increasingly important to the economy as the cost of construction falls.
In 2016, the U.S. was the first country to enact a law making it illegal for a construction company to discriminate based on the race, gender, disability or sexual orientation of the employees they employ.
And in 2017, the federal government issued an order that would prohibit any state, territory and local government from making it harder to fire an employee who engages in discrimination.
Now that the Trump administration has rescinded the order, however, the number of federal employees who are being fired based on sexual orientation is back to where it was in 2015, when it was at its lowest level in 30 years, according to the National Employment Law Project.
This comes at a time when companies are facing heightened scrutiny for their hiring practices and the fallout from sexual harassment allegations.
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survey, only 20% of Americans believe they are being treated fairly by companies, up from 11% in 2015.
And that number has remained steady since then.
The National Employment Justice Center, a national nonprofit that advocates for equal employment opportunity and rights for workers with disabilities, says that discrimination based on race, ethnicity, gender and other factors has risen steadily for at least 20 years.
And the number is even higher for sexual orientation, the report says.
The number of employees fired or fired under this law rose from 14% in 2000 to 22% in 2017.
It is up from 20% in 1990.
But in terms of how the new Trump administration will handle these changes, one of the first things they are going to do is roll back the order that was put in place in the last two years, said Amy Kremer, senior policy counsel for the Employment Justice Institute.
“They’re going to say they have this new administration and they’re going be more inclusive, but that means that they’re really going to reverse the work that was done,” Kremer said.
That includes hiring practices that have historically been discriminatory, such as making it easier to fire employees based on their race, Kremer explained.
“So it’s really going back to the old days, where you have employers being more discriminating and discriminating against people because of their sexual orientation,” Kreimmer said.
The law also makes it harder for companies to fire workers based on what they have done, rather than their qualifications.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued a statement saying that, since the order went into effect in March 2017, “the number of violations of federal antidiscrimination law increased dramatically.”
The FTC says that, based on its review, it found that over 60% of violations occurred in 2016 and over half occurred between June 2016 and September 2017.
“We have made clear to the Trump Administration that any attempt to undo these regulations, which are in place to protect the public and protect the economy, is unlawful and would be contrary to the law,” the FTC said in a statement.
The Trump administration is also rolling back Obama-era rules that would have required companies to disclose information about sexual orientation and gender identity.
The White House has also directed federal agencies to revise rules on retaliation against employees who engage in harassment or retaliation.
And a bill introduced in Congress would create a federal anti-discrimination commission to address harassment and retaliation in the workplace.
The American Association of Government Employees (AAGE) released a statement that said that the new administration’s decision to withdraw the order is a “step in the right direction.”
“This was a decision that had been in the works for a while, and we were encouraged that it was finally put into place,” AAGE President and CEO Steve Rubenstein said in the statement.
“The Department of Labor should not be able to take this away from federal employees and, as a result, the EEOC is pleased that the Administration has withdrawn the order.”
The Trump Administration is also moving to eliminate the so-called equal opportunity rule, which would have mandated that employers provide equal opportunities for people of all backgrounds, and have employees work on projects that were designed to help minorities and women in the workforce.
The EEOC has already filed a lawsuit against the Trump Department of Education over the new rule.
The administration has said it will seek a review of the decision by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
In 2017, more than 1,500 civil rights and civil liberties groups signed on to the statement saying the Trump Trump administration’s actions will harm workers and communities.
The group that signed the statement, the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, is also calling on the Trump Justice Department to investigate the Trump-era rule.
In 2018, the Trump White House proposed eliminating an anti-harassment rule that was meant to protect workers from harassment and sexual harassment.
And last year, the White House rescinded an Obama-