The Legislative Journey of Employment Discrimination – #1NewRelease in Amazon

In the wake of the #Me Too Movement more employers are beginning to provide additional training about improper and inappropriate behavior at the workplace. In 2018 EEOC released the staggering numbers of on-the-job harassment complaints. This book reflects the reality of Employment Law’s impact throughout the country. The book became #1 New Release on Amazon’s Discrimination Constitution Law category. 

Foreign affairs expert and author of “Political Trust in Kosovo,” Dr. Ermira Babamusta gives a compelling analysis of the influence government actions and Supreme Court decisions have on the number of filed employment discrimination charges. Using regression analysis, statistical data is included to test the progress of employment discrimination from 1992-2004. Dr. Babamusta discusses the implications of the Supreme Court’s interpretation of the Law. The findings show that government intervention on employment discrimination has a direct influence in trends and changes of equal employment opportunity practices. 

About the Author:

Ermira Babamusta has worked for the White House Administration, the United Nations and the US Congress. She holds a Ph.D. in Political Science and two MA degrees, including UN Diplomacy and National Security Program from Harvard. Dr. Babamusta is the winner of the White House President Obama Gold Award, Woman of the Year, Woman of Courage, Excellence in Leadership, etc.


Where do I order a Print Copy of the book? 

PRINT Paperback Book (142 pages) & Kindle Editions are Now Available for purchase on  

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