A machinist and Socialist from the Bronx, he pushed trade unions to be more democratic and to depose crooked labor leaders.
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Teachers say crucial questions about how schools will stay clean, keep students physically distanced and prevent further spread of the virus have not been answered.
Matt Mullenweg, the founder of Automattic, which runs the publishing platform WordPress, says working remotely is “good for the environment” and “good for the economy.”
There is no such thing as an anti-racist company.
Gathering was among those arranged by White House Presidential Personnel Office to assess political appointees for possible second-term service
When you start a new job, you’ll probably be instructed to go to Human Resources (HR) if you ever experience any sort of harassment at work—but this path hasn’t always been the most useful one for employees.
A federal court today granted final approval of Dartmouth College’s $14 million class action settlement with a group of female students who alleged sexual assault and rampant harassment by three professors.
Business operators who police the appearance of their workers or customers expressing concern over racism and injustice are finding themselves facing an economic backlash, as protesters continue expressing themselves following the televised death of George Floyd.
Back in the pre-COVID-19 days, Mitchell Spearman didn’t talk to his staff much about their feelings.
“He literally pitched my idea to the client as if it was his…right in front of me!