A researcher surveyed employees during the early days of the pandemic to identify what works.
Archives for October 6, 2020
Labor Department letter asks if diversity pledge violates Civil Rights Act
The justices, who dissented from the 2015 decision establishing a right to same-sex marriage, said it had cast “people of good will as bigots.”
Companies like Cisco are reimagining the future of work due to the move towards a more remote workforce during the coronavirus pandemic.
The recovery in U.S. job openings cooled in September from early summer, offering another sign the labor market is losing momentum
A study commissioned by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to analyze the quality of worker pay data the agency has gathered from employers, and how to potentially collect that information in the future, should be completed by the end of 2021, EEOC Chair Janet Dhillon said in an interview with Bloomberg Law.
Shaun Simmons claims he was harassed and denied a promotion with the online giant after telling his boss he was pregnant.
Communicating effectively is not just for leaders and managers. Employees also need to communicate well if they want to meet their own needs, especially during a crisis.
Don’t let unintentional snap judgements keep you from bringing on great employees.
MLB took its argument to the U.S. Supreme Court in a final effort to prevent a trial
Hawaii has narrowed the scope of what employers can consider regarding an individual’s conviction history when making employment decisions.
California has closed a busy legislative session with more than 30 laws relevant to employers being signed by Governor Gavin Newsom. The 2020 session was influenced by the difficult events of 2020, from the COVID-19 pandemic to racial injustice.
On October 6, 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear argument on ERISA’s preemptive effect on a state law regulating pharmacy benefit managers’ (PBMs) generic drug reimbursement rates in Rutledge v. Pharmaceutical Care Management Association (No. 18-540).
This past weekend, Governor Tom Wolf’s new legislation went into effect, expanding Pennsylvania’s Minimum Wage Act (MWA) regulating overtime pay. The legislation increases the minimum salary an employee can earn and still be eligible for overtime.
On September 22, 2020, President Trump signed Executive Order 13950, Combating Race and Sex Stereotyping (the “EO”), which seeks to “combat offensive and anti-American race and sex stereotyping and scapegoating,” and end so-called “divisive concepts” covered in some of these workplace trainings.