The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) today issued three revised documents that address the employment of veterans with disabilities, pursuant to EEOC Chair Janet Dhillon’s priority of providing robust compliance assistance by delivering up-to-date guidance on the requirements of antidiscrimination laws.
Archives for November 28, 2020
Video responses to set questions, online games that measure a person’s traits and skills: The future of interviews is coming to a wider variety of professions in the pandemic.
Advice for getting back into the work force at 60, dealing with shame and co-workers, and how to cope with losing all motivation for working from home.
It can feel like there’s little to be grateful for these days.
Fifty-seven percent of Americans believe the country needs a third major party.
Evidence supported a Wisconsin jury’s finding that Walmart Stores Inc. violated federal disability bias law when a new store manager questioned a deaf and visually impaired cart pusher’s need for a job coach after nearly 17 years on the job, a federal judge ruled.
Three months after I started a new job as an executive assistant, my position was eliminated.
Leaders are much given to talking about accountability.
Entrepreneur and management revolutionary Tony Hsieh passed away on Friday, November 27, 2020, after injuries sustained in a house fire.
Hsieh was, famously, the former CEO of Zappos, a company that revolutionized shoe shopping and how customer service worked. He also pioneered a management concept called holacracy. While Zappos quietly backed