•   
  •   
  •   

US United States. Dismissed for bringing her son to the office, a single mother sues Amazon in court

03:05  05 july  2020
03:05  05 july  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

Apple's 256GB iPad mini is $50 off at Amazon

  Apple's 256GB iPad mini is $50 off at Amazon Amazon is making it easier to buy a small tablet that still has gobs of storage for apps and videos. The retailer is selling the current-generation iPad mini with 256GB of storage for $50 off, bringing the WiFi-only version down to $499 while the WiFi + Cellular model has dipped to $629. Given that each comes with a modest 64GB of space in their base configurations, this might be your best chance in a while to future-proof your storage without paying the usual premium. Apple iPad mini (2019) Buy iPad mini (WiFi) on Amazon - $499 Buy iPad mini (WiFI + Cellular) on Amazon - $629You likely know what to expect from this iPad mini, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

A mother from Texas who was attempting to medically transition her seven-year-old son into a girl has lost a court case. Dr. Anne Georgulas, who is the mother of James Younger, originally won her previous court case last October that allow her to give him hormones that block puberty.

To petition for your parents ( mother or father) to live in the United States as Green Card holders, you must be a U . S . citizen and at least 21 years old. If it is approved and your parent is outside the United States , he or she will be notified to go to the local U . S . consulate to complete visa processing.

La plaignante dit avoir été envoyée après avoir simplement emmené son petit garçon au bureau pour y déposer des documents. (Photo d'illustration) © DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP The complainant says that she was sent after simply taking her little boy to the office to deposit documents. (Illustrative photo)

In the United States, a 33-year-old mother was laid off last September for taking her baby boy to the office to drop off documents. Nine years later, the former Amazon employee sued the online retail giant for discrimination.

Amazon did not at all appreciate that one of its employees brought his 7 year old son to the office, located in the state of New York . And for good reason: the company fired the 33-year-old single mother immediately.

The dismissal took place in September 2019 - an hour after the mother and son showed up to deliver the documents.

Amazon and Michael B. Jordan launch "A Night at the Drive in" to promote multiculturalism in cinema

 Amazon and Michael B. Jordan launch © VALERIE MACON / AFP Michael B. Jordan is the star of "Creed" which will be re-released on July 15 for in cinemas drive-in in the United States. From July 1 to August 26, ten films will be broadcast across the United States in open-air cinemas thanks to Amazon and the production company of Michael B. Jordan. A program committed to promoting multicultural stories in cinema. The event called "A Night at the Drive in" will not cost a penny to local communities.

The mother of a University of Pennsylvania student who committed suicide in 2013 is suing Amazon for selling cyanide, which her daughter allegedly used to kill herself. The School of Nursing requested that she receive a wellness check although it is unknown if one was ever performed, the suit states .

A struggling single mom who has men pay to go on dates with her has received million from one of her suitors who was inspired to invest in her burgeoning app. I view myself as a single mother ,' she said. Samantha can be seen reading her son a book in his bed.

Nine months later, Caonaissa Won, also an army reservist, has decided to pursue the juggernaut of online commerce in justice , reports the New York Post . The complainant says that she was sent after simply taking her baby boy to the office to drop off documents, including his school timetable, that the human resources department had requested.

Discrimination

Caonaissa Won ’s complaint, filed June 24 in Brooklyn Federal Court, accuses Amazon of having been discriminated against because the mother is both a janitor and a military man. Amazon has yet to respond publicly to the complaint.

At the time of the events, Caonaissa Won and his son had safely passed the security of the building and then waited at the human resources department before an employee told him that the boy could not be there, according to documents presented by the court.

Caonaissa Won, who had just returned from military leave, insisted on a schedule change so that he could drop off and pick up his son at school. But Amazon had repeatedly denied its request.

The online retail giant was criticized in April for failing to protect its workers at the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

Amazon discounts the AirPods and their wireless charging case to $150 .
AirPods are on sale again, and this time it’s the earbuds with Apple’s wireless charging case included. Amazon has these AirPods for $150, which is their lowest price ever. It’s been over one month since they’ve hit this low, so now’s a good opportunity to grab them — especially if you’ve had your eye on the model with the wireless charging case. Buy AirPods with wireless charging case at Amazon - $150 AirPods are popular for a lot of reasons, but arguably the biggest is how conveniently they work with Apple products. The H1 chipset in these earbuds help them quickly identify iPhones and iPads nearby and pair with your device instantly when you first set them up.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks
usr: 6
This is interesting!