The U.S. Supreme Court will hear the second of several ERISA disputes this term, the first issue we discussed as the term began, October 5, 2020. Monday, November 2, 2020, the Justices will consider whether the Railroad Retirement Board’s denial of a claimant’s request to open a prior benefits decision
Archives for November 2020
Intentional inclusivity is a key to the success of our diverse workplaces.
Kat Cole, chief operating officer of the owner of Cinnabon and other franchises, gives advice for adding flexibility to the work week and making corporate leadership more diverse
New research shows the outcomes when sexual boundaries are violated.
“Instead of doing only the bare minimum to support enforcement of anti-discrimination protections, the Trump Administration is going in the opposite direction—obstructing state and local civil rights agencies along the way,” said California Xavier Attorney General Becerra in a statement.
What was once constitutionally prohibited is now constitutionally required.
Nightmare bosses are sadly common. There’s the type who enjoys barking orders at employees, who doesn’t seem to do much else. And the boss who can’t help micromanaging, making it difficult to get any work done. Finally, there’s also the manager who thinks a little too highly of themselves.
When we find ourselves working for a bad boss, there are usually several thoughts that go through our heads:
Rachael Shannon gets nostalgic when she thinks of the life she lived in Germany until just a couple of years ago. While she and her husband worked, their children spent their days in child care, creating awesome crafts, building pillow forts and going on outings to farms where they’d dig up potatoes.