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5 matching items found between Jan 2000 and Dec 2004. Furthermore, there are 61 matching items for all time not shown.
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Sep 13, 2002
EEOC: Employees illegally fired — Valley Morning Star (Texas)
Type: Press
Author(s): Allen Essex
Source: Valley Morning Star (Texas)
Harlingen — The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed a lawsuit on behalf of former employees of Harlingen Family Dentistry who refused to attend training courses reportedly containing scientology doctrine. The lawsuit, filed in a federal court in Brownsville, alleges religious discrimination and retaliation against the workers. According to Webster's New Collegiate Dictionary, scientology is "a religious movement begun in 1952 by L. Ron Hubbard which teaches immortality and reincarnation and claims a sure psychotherapeutic method for freeing the individual ...
Aug 23, 2001
Scientology Inc. // Publishing executives in Folsom are spreading the word on technology in government. Some employees say it’s actually the words of L. Ron Hubbard that are being spread. — Sacramento News & Review
Type: Press
Author(s): Jim Evans
Source: Sacramento News & Review
Scientology Inc. Publishing executives in Folsom are spreading the word on technology in government. Some employees say it’s actually the words of L. Ron Hubbard that are being spread. By Jim Evans On your very first day as a new hire at e.Republic, you’re given a copy of Speaking From Experience, a management training book written by the late L. Ron Hubbard, who, during his busy lifetime, was a science fiction writer, philosopher, management guru, expert on education, and drug rehabilitation ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jun 30, 2000
Former iShop staffers seek SEC action — Long Island Business News
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Type: Press
Author(s): Carl Corry
Source: Long Island Business News
GARDEN CITY - Former employees of the Internet startup iShopNoMarkup.com have filed a formal complaint with the Securities and Exchange Commission alleging that company execs are bilking investors by charging the firm consulting fees through separate companies they own. Further, the former employees say the company is illegally targeting non-accredited investors - those who do not make $200,000 a year and have a $1 million net worth. The company has also spent at least $17,000 in the past six months on ...
Apr 1, 2000
Judicial Reports — Security Management
Type: Press
Author(s): Teresa Anderson
Source: Security Management
[...] ELSEWHERE IN THE COURTS... [...] * Discrimination. Owners of a veterinary clinic in Texas have agreed to pay $150,000 to six employees who claimed they were unlawfully pressured to follow the tenets of the Church of Scientology. The employees charged that they were subjected to discrimination because of their refusal to join the church, act in accordance with its philosophy, or participate in religious activities at work. The case, which was brought by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, was settled ...
Feb 17, 2000
Modus Operandi: Infiltration — Paris Match
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