Under the Biden administration, two significant and expected changes to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) would give the agency a greater role in reducing the spread of COVID-19 at the workplace, both of which would affect manufacturers throughout the United States.
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Following up on our earlier post about all the moves President Biden was making at the NLRB General Counsel’s office, we now know that our temporary NLRB GC is Peter Song Ohr. Ohr is known as a straight shooting,
The power of humor at work.
Research on the so-called “boomerang” employee.
G.D.P., jobs and other indicators have all risen more slowly under Republicans for nearly the past century.
When actor Colin Farrell’s son was diagnosed with the rare genetic disorder Angelman syndrome, he realized he had to spend more time with his son to give him the care and attention he needed.
Warehouses, factories, and hospitals are deploying more robots, often made by different companies. That can lead to communication problems.
How to become a leader who inspires and gets positive results.
Hard Rock International is handing out cash bonuses to its workers in several states to thank them for their efforts during the coronavirus pandemic
Struggling with productivity, boredom and mental health, Gen-Z could use a hand.
The stakes couldn’t be higher for the e-commerce giant, which is fighting the biggest labor battle in its history on U.S. soil
Company to pay more than $3.8 million to resolve a case
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission should clarify what kinds of incentives employers can legally offer workers to encourage Covid-19 vaccinations, according to a letter signed by more than 40 business groups.
A judge with a history of belittling women has been yanked from a sex discrimination case by an appellate panel that said he “suffocated” a female plaintiff’s access to fundamental fairness.
According to CNBC, Big Tech companies, such as Facebook, Google, Apple and Microsoft have been publishing annual diversity, equity & inclusion (DE&I) reports that focus on representation since 2014.