On September 22, 2020, President Trump signed Executive Order 13950, Combating Race and Sex Stereotyping (the “EO”), which indicates that it seeks to “combat offensive and anti-American race and sex stereotyping and scapegoating,” and end so-called “divisive concepts” promulgated in workplace employee trainings.
Archives for October 13, 2020
From Ford to Microsoft, white-collar companies are increasingly extending working from home through next summer.
As federal and state safety and health guidelines in response to the COVID-19 pandemic call for extensive use of personal protective equipment (PPE) in the workplace, employers should give their policies on “donning and doffing” a fresh look. Pandemic-related reopening orders issued by state and local governments may include requirements that will
Gig workers deserve the dignity of fair compensation.
A conversation with anthropologist James Suzman about how our understanding of labor has changed over time.
Forty percent. Chances are a good number of your employees are in that 40 percent, and you may well be also. The pandemic and the damage caused by
It’s not hard to imagine how conservatives would smear her religious beliefs.
Much like the recent presidential and vice presidential debates, talking about politics at work is bound to get heated, but appropriate workplace conduct doesn’t change just because employees are working remotely.
The hospital did not discriminate against a 73-year-old surgeon on the basis of his age or perceived disability or breach his contract when it required him to undergo neuropsychological and physical exams and have a proctor when conducting lower bowel surgeries following the death of one of his patients, a
Members of the Fast Company Impact Council convened to discuss companies’ renewed commitment to inclusion amid a racial reckoning.
In March, Dr. Achintya Moulick found himself at the epicenter of the U.S. coronavirus pandemic.
According to the Labor Department’s latest report, 865,000 women left the workforce in September alone.
Brianna Hill, who gave birth to a baby boy between sections of the exam, has earned kudos for determination.
Question: I manage a small team. One of my direct reports recently told me that another colleague harassed her, but she does not want to file a complaint. Can HR act anyways?
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed its usual flurry of lawsuits in the final weeks of the fiscal year that ended Sept. 30, but far fewer than it has in recent years as the agency’s priorities shifted and it grappled with the COVID-19 pandemic.