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Archives for February 21, 2021
“In one year,” Vice President Kamala Harris said, “the pandemic has put decades of the progress we have collectively made for women workers at risk.”
The restaurant industry is in crisis. But some see how bad things are for servers — including “maskual harassment” — as a unique chance to make life better.
One thing is for sure as we look toward the future of office space: change.
One in 16 women over the age of 20 were unemployed in January 2021
From the start, the coronavirus recession has been especially hard on women.
With Congress already battling over hiking the minimum wage to $15 an hour, President Joe Biden likely raised a few eyebrows when he recently said that thefederal minimum wage would actually be $20 if it were indexed to inflation.
Companies have devoted a lot of attention to diversity in hiring and promotions. A new study offers clues as to why the efforts have fallen short—and what can be done to change that.
Strikes are the labor movement’s muscle, and when unions don’t strike, that muscle atrophies. Unfortunately, the latest data shows just how atrophied that muscle is. Simply put, workers aren’t striking.
Even though staff are working from home, indefensible behaviour never stops
Research on race in the workplace suggests executives could close racial gaps within their ranks by being more strategic about geographic locations
A lawsuit accusing James Franco and his friends of running an acting school so they could exploit young women has been settled.
In response to a White House directive, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently paused several of the prior administration’s proposed and pending rules.
Race and racism do not equate under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, a federal magistrate judge said in recommending dismissal of a reverse discrimination suit brought by a fired Catholic school teacher in Williamsport.
A federal judge Friday granted motions by Whole Foods and parent company Amazon to dismiss complaints by employees who allege Title VII violations over wearing Black Lives Matter (BLM) face masks.