A federal court judge in New York has invalidated the Department of Labor (DOL)’s Final Rule that narrowly interpreted joint employer.
Archives for September 10, 2020
New York State will soon require all employers to provide sick leave to employees. The New York State Sick Leave (NYSSL) law goes into effect September 30, 2020, but employees are not entitled to use NYSSL until January 1, 2021.
This week, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) published an update to its guidance titled “What You Should Know About COVID-19 and the ADA, Rehabilitation Act, and Other EEO Laws (WYSK).”
Target Corp. plans to increase the number of Black staffers by 20% over the next three years, responding to years of under-representation at the retailer whose Minneapolis headquarters lies a short drive from the spot where police killed George Floyd.
What would you do if nothing was in your way?
Three rules from a company that’s been fully remote since 2014.
Autonomy leads to adaptability.
With work changed and play curtailed, what does “time off” even mean anymore?
Walmart, Inc. will pay $20 million, stop using a pre-employment test, and furnish other relief to settle a companywide, sex-based hiring discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency announced today.
In the first half of 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic created a sudden shift to work-from-home for millions of employees around the world, altering how people work, as well as, their expectations for the technology they rely on to do their jobs.
When Clips & Clamps, a metal forming company in Plymouth, Mich., advertised for a die setter and operator last year, more than a hundred applications came sailing in.
As states struggle to keep the coronavirus out of nursing homes, employees who work at multiple facilities are thought to be behind some of the continuing spread.
The number of U.S. workers who voluntarily left their jobs in July increased to a five-month high, indicating more Americans are becoming sanguine about their prospects of finding a new position as the economy recovers.
The preeminent sociologist Arlie Russell Hochschild discusses the control over one’s feelings needed to go to work every day during a pandemic
The EEOC and Magneti Marelli of Tennessee LLC reached a $335,000 settlement over allegations that female assembly line employees at the company’s Pulaski, Tenn., facility, were subjected to sexual harassment, federal court records show.