On Saturday, September 26, President Trump nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett to fill the vacancy on the bench occasioned by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Barrett, who sits on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, has only served as a federal judge since 2017,
Archives for September 25, 2020
Foreign students soon may find themselves subject to new policies and processes regarding their status in the United States.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has released for comment its proposed rule Establishing a Fixed Time Period of Admission and an Extension of Stay Procedures for Individuals in F, J
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Google parent Alphabet Inc. pledged $310 million to expand diversity efforts and resolve shareholder litigation that alleged the company’s board to failed to prevent sexual harassment and hid misconduct by executives.
Working remotely from Maui? Seasoned nomads advise on testing out dream place; home is ‘where your Wi-Fi connects.’
Here’s one way to get a lot more people to take a vaccine: require it as a condition of employment.
You open your computer to find an email in ALL CAPS and a series of exclamation points along with a frowning emoji.
A leading voice in the #MeToo movement talks about sexual harassment in the remote-work era and how social safety nets for women are breaking
Improvements in gender equality in the workplace may be another casualty of the coronavirus, as women find their place in the work force more at risk.
New York City will pay $350,000 to a star of the “Jersey Shore” reality show over claims a superior sexually harassed her while working as an FDNY EMT in Rossville.
Search giant will make it easier for employee complaints about misconduct to go public
Only days after the U.S. House passed legislation to provide federal protection from hair discrimination in schools and employment, a group of Pennsylvania lawmakers held a virtual news conference to promote their own bills.
As management seeks more oversight of workers away from the office, campaigners fight for privacy to be respected
Imposing clothing codes is an insult to female and male professionals
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC”) has updated its technical assistance document, “What You Should Know About COVID-19 and the ADA, Rehabilitation Act, and Other EEO Laws” to include additional information related to the EEOC’s position on various issues […]