SINCE THE PANDEMIC, more professionals are looking for job opportunities than ever before. All professionals need to present a smart, tailored resume to a hiring manager. But it can be intimidating to present your best self on one piece of paper. One way to get started is by writing a solid objective statement.
Archives for November 8, 2020
In 10 years running Mastercard, Ajay Banga has favored a forward-looking approach.
The gig companies wrote new labor laws that are almost impossible to change.
Behavioral Health Care Organization Failed to Hire Former Employee Due to Her Prior Workplace Injury, Federal Agency Charged
Johnson Controls, Inc. (JCI) and ManpowerGroup US, Inc. (Manpower) have agreed to pay $40,000 and hire outside consultants to review their sexual harassment policies and procedures to resolve a sex discrimination and retaliation lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency announced today.
If you’re shopping for health insurance this fall for coverage starting Jan. 1, start early and set aside a full day to learn about your options.
Charmaine McGuffey, an ex-major in the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office in Ohio, defeated her former boss in a primary and won the general election against a candidate the sheriff had backed.
The scope of what Biden can accomplish could be limited by the Senate.
Microsoft and Wells Fargo say they are under regulatory scrutiny for their plans to increase diversity and inclusion.
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 is a law that prohibits employers from discriminating against employees or job applicants based on “race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.”
This pandemic has challenged mangers to readjust, be resilient and find new ways to create a meaningful experience for employees.
Joe Biden’s victory will usher in new leadership at the U.S. Labor Department and—if his campaign pledges are any indication—shift its pandemic response in workers’ direction.
Devon Broglie is the latest figure in the Court of Master Sommeliers to be accused of an inappropriate relationship.
A Democrat could take the reins at the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission during President-elect Joe Biden’s administration, setting up potential clashes over workplace discrimination litigation and policy actions with the recently minted GOP majority on the civil rights agency’s leadership panel.
To assist employers, corporate counsel, and HR professionals that are still grappling with the myriad of COVID-related employment issues, CDF has designed a series of complimentary webinars that will run daily from December 7 through 11 from 9-10 am (PST)* that will address the most pressing issues and provide answers to the most frequently asked questions.
1. 12/07: Emerging Litigation Areas in 2021 Stemming from COVID-19 Pandemic
2. 12/08: COVID-19 Related Time Off Work/Leave of Absence
3. 12/09: COVID-19 in the Workplace – Testing Positive & Returning to Work
4. 12/10: Navigating CARES Act Relief for Employers: PPP Forgiveness and the Employee Retention Credit
5. 12/11: COVID-19 Related Wage and Hour Issues