Hunter Information Management Services 177 Banbury Rd, Mineola, NY11501 Hunter Information Management Services offers consulting in the areas of archives and records management. President…More Gregory S. Hunter is a Certified Records Manager and Archivist, and has two award-winning books recognized by the Society of American Archivists. Services include establishing archives, managing electronic records, preparing exhibits and promotion materials and writing institutional histories and biographies.
American Office Solutions 69 E Jericho Tpke, Mineola, NY11501 American Office Solutions was founded 10 years ago. This location sells promotional products, office supplies and offers…More office, school and institutional furniture for purchase. Office binding, document creation and professional finishing are also offered at this location.
The Office of Minority Affairs was created by the Nassau Legislature to promote and preserve the establishment of…More businesses owned by minorities and women. The OMA is responsible for overseeing Nassau County's affirmative action program as well as enforcing Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act.
In addition to holding seminars, workshops, lectures and other events in targeted communities to forward minority businesses, the OMA also investigates instances of discrimination and harassment in Nassau County workplaces.
20/20 Eye Care 145 Mineola Blvd, Mineola, NY11501 20/20 Eye Care has a doctor on-site for its clients' optometry needs. This location sells prescription eyeglasses with…More numerous name brands to choose from, including Fendi, Gucci, Coach, Jimmy Choo and Roberto Cavalli. This eye care facility offers many promotional specials and has a summer sale in which customers can receive a free transitional upgrade or a free pair of sunglasses with any complete purchase of prescription eyeglasses. Contact lenses are also available.
The objective of the Commission on Human Rights is to eliminate any form of discrimination that is based on race,…More color, ethnicity, nationality, gender, religion, income, sexual orientation, age, marriage or family status or disability in employment, housing and education.
This group is comprised of 15 commissioners representing a spectrum of men and women from various races and ethnicities as well as those with disabilities.
The Commission has an investigation unit, a job development center, a community relations unit and a pre-trial services unit to aid in the enforcement and promotion of non-discriminatory practices.