Burr vs Hamilton. The Celtics vs the Lakers. Godzilla vs King Kong. To this list of famous rivalries you can now add: advocates of raising the minimum wage to 15 dollars an hour… versus opponents of raising it.
Archives for January 2021
A five-step approach to identify and overcome unhealthy work habits.
The everything store wants its workers to vote on unionization in person, in the middle of a pandemic.
Even with plans now underway to bring city workers back to their onsite jobs, Mayor de Blasio said Friday he’s open to allowing municipal employees to continue working from home under certain circumstances.
No Class is an op-ed column by writer and radical organizer Kim Kelly that connects worker struggles and the current state of the American labor movement with its storied — and sometimes bloodied — past.
Over the past several decades, union membership has steadily declined. Bureau of Labor Statistics data indicates that in 1983, 20.1% of employed Americans were members of a union. By 2019, that share had decreased by roughly half to 10.3%.
The U.S. Labor Department on Friday issued guidance for safe workplaces during the COVID-19 pandemic, which could allow sick employees to stay at home without fear of losing their jobs.
Plus: Clarity on the federal benefits rollout, getting verified against fraud when you don’t have a smartphone and yes, there are taxes on unemployment benefits
Michael Henry, who worked on investigating misconduct allegations within Olympic sports, will now lead the Office of Judicial Integrity.
How can you persuade employees to embrace the software you provide? Perhaps not like this.
The medium can be just as important as the message.
Faced with the urgent need to protect nurses and other frontline workers, labor organizations are pushing hospitals to do more.
Starbucks Chief Operating Officer Rosalind Brewer is continuing to blaze new trails in corporate America.
As directed by President Joe Biden’s Executive Order issued on January 21, 2021 requiring the Federal Government to take swift action to protect workers from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) has released updated guidance on how to prevent exposure and the spread of COVID-19 in
Despite a global pandemic, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) kept an unrelenting pace of activity in 2020. Below are the highlights from the year, and a summary of what federal contractors and subcontractors need to know.