Tennessee Governor Bill Lee signed the Tennessee COVID-19 Recovery Act into law on Monday, August 17, 2020.
Archives for August 19, 2020
heri Bronstein, Bank of America Chief Human Resources Officer discusses the company giving parents backup child care payments through December.
Several countries with fragile tourist economies have started to offer visas that allow foreign nationals to live and work for a period of at least six months.
It’s time to rethink how you define success — and yourself.
Four ways managers can go deeper than “inclusion.”
A judge has ordered TV host Tavis Smiley to pay $2.6 million to the Public Broadcasting Service for having multiple affairs with his subordinates.
Employers face challenges as they attempt to comply with new and frequently changing federal, state and local laws, regulations and guidance related to COVID-19, all of which are likely to continue evolving even after the development and availability of a vaccine and/or the enactment of liability shield legislation.
One of the greatest challenges organizations face today is knowing how to effectively manage a multigenerational workforce.
In this time of renewed commitment to racial justice and workplace equity, many organizations are critically analyzing their practices, policies, and organizational culture through this new lens.
Now more than ever, you need to consider these factors while evaluating employees.
Amazon (AMZN) said Tuesday it plans to hire 3,500 additional workers in cities across the United States.
If business leaders have learned anything positive from the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s that companies can survive, and even thrive, with a remote workforce.
Minda Harts, Sarah Lacy, and Eve Rodsky make a case that companies should pay women and BIPOC for their unpaid labor in employee resource groups that help make their workplaces more inclusive.
In what amounted to an end run around Congress, President Trump signed a series of executive memorandums and an executive order on Aug. 8, 2020, to address issues left unresolved by the congressional failure to agree on additional bipartisan stimulus legislation.