Note: EDS is in the CCR database
(Central Contractors Registration) which makes EDS a "Qualified
Federal Contractor" under VEVRAA (Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment
Assistance Act). A CC-4 complaint and a Non-Compliance complaint can be
filed under VEVRAA by all veterans affected by EDS's discriminatory
actions. Of course, VETS should be notified of EDS's violations of
USERRA (Uniformed Soldiers Employment and Reemployment Rights Act).
Posted from www.v-r-a.org by a Veteran who believes in a
Class Action Suit against the OFCCP. Maybe veterans should include the
Layed off from EDS Jan 15 of 2002.
Ten years of service. They changed their severance package from two weeks per
year to four weeks max. TWO days before they layed off hundreds of
employees. There currently is a class action suit against them. Does
the govt. allow contractors to get away with this kind of action? Their reason
was that it was to save money in bad times.....but they had just reported record
high earnings....look at their earnings and stock they are one of the few
companies that have continued to do well after 9-11.
Attorney for employees is Steve Marshall
of Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer.
What is a