Conference Board economist says things are better than the unemployment rate indicates.
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Liberty Support Services, Inc., a Raleigh-based North Carolina corporation that maintains state-owned rest areas through contracts with the North Carolina Department of Transportation, will pay $39,139 and provide other relief to settle an age discrimination lawsuit brought by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency announced today.
Your work-from-home clothes can be contributing to your overall productivity.
Politics around the world seem to be getting more and more divisive, and it’s impossible for the topic not to enter into our everyday conversations — including those that happen at work. When people on your team have differing views, those conversations can often get tense.
More than half of the 37 workplace-related deaths investigated by Michigan’s regulators so far this year are linked to COVID-19.
For marginalized attorneys, releasing the lifetime of harm that comes from absorbing bias and microaggressions is a process that can be supported by regular self-care practices.
Private companies have wide latitude to limit how employees express their views, but there are exceptions
Upgraded air filters and plexiglass dividers help employees feel safer.
So how do we encourage interaction and collaboration?
Sexual, racial or other misconduct, if done virtually, is still harassment.
A memo tells officials to hold back on news releases about enforcement decisions, saying they can linger unfairly online if citations are overturned.
For the fourth time in less than a year, former and current McDonald’s employees have filed a complaint accusing the fast food giant of racial discrimination.