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Archives for November 15, 2020
Tacoma-based security company Oatridge Security Group, Inc. will pay $375,000 and make substantial changes to settle a pregnancy discrimination and retaliation lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency announced today.
Even without Congress, Biden will focus on worker safety, reversal of Trump policies
The “Me Too” movement has brought a lot of attention to sexual harassment in recent years and the impact it can have on businesses and society but most importantly on individuals.
Oatridge Security Group Inc. will pay $375,000 and revamp its workplace policies to resolve an EEOC lawsuit alleging it fired a supervisor on the Seattle Tunnel project because she sought maternity leave and filed a bias charge, court records show.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) plans to revise its guidance on religious-discrimination claims for the first time in 12 years.
Millennials have challenged business norms for a long time. As Gallup’s pioneering research clarified, millennials don’t see much distinction between their job and their life, they expect flexibility and work-life balance, and they will quickly bail on companies that don’t meet their definition of a life well-lived.
There hasn’t been much to laugh about in 2020. But, paradoxically, it’s in times like these that humor can be the ideal antidote for business as well as your personal life.
When it comes to feeling appreciated at work, what matters most to employees? If you answered “pay,” think again. Research shows pay is low on the list.
As a Supreme Court justice, Amy Coney Barrett will be called upon to decide cases in a variety of criminal and civil cases, including those impacting the workplace.
Before the pandemic hit, Juanita Dutton was working hard.
Managers, not lower-level employees, are seeing their ranks diminished with the onset of artificial intelligence and robots, a new study out of the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School finds.
Whether you are working remotely, from an office or picking up part-time gig work and odd jobs, it is crucial to network so you can forge and strengthen relationships with your colleagues.