What is the GI Bill of Rights?

Answer Signed into law in 1944, the GI Bill of Rights is legislation that provides specific financial benefits and assistance to veterans of the United States military.FunctionThe purpose of the GI Bill i... Read More »

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What was the gi bill of rights in 1950?

The GI Bill of Rights, which Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed into law in 1944, provided unemployment benefits, home loans and monetary support for college to World War II veterans. The GI Bill of ... Read More »

What is an employee bill of rights?

An employee bill of rights outlines specific commitments an organization makes to its employees. It is not required by law, but it can greatly enhance a company's image and help with employee reten... Read More »

What did the GI bill of rights make possible?

Whether or not you are an aerospace maintenance apprentice or not, the closest military installation to Baton Rouge, Louisiana is Fort Polk. Roughly 190 north and west of BR. about 55 miles due wes... Read More »

What is the effective date of the New York Domestic Workers Bill of Rights?

The New York Domestic Workers Bill of Rights, which extends New Deal-era labor protections to domestic workers like maids in New York state, is expected to take effect on January 1, 2011, though so... Read More »