The Puerto Rico Women’s Advocate Office has published Guidelines for the Establishment of Nursing Rooms with the purpose of ensuring uniformity and setting forth all aspects employers should consider when establishing a nursing room in the workplace.
Archives for February 24, 2021
Economists and industry leaders have identified a continuing shortage of skilled labor in all areas in manufacturing for decades, a situation made worse by the aging and retirement of skilled workers of the Baby Boomer generation.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed into law three marijuana reform bills on February 22, 2021. The first, New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory, Enforcement Assistance, and Marketplace Modernization Act (A21), legalizes and regulates cannabis use and possession for adults who are 21 and older.
Jackson Lewis P.C., one of the country’s preeminent workplace law firms, recently launched the RISE Mentoring System, an expanded mentoring program designed to ensure equitable, consistent access to mentorship for all associates across the firm, tailored for different stages of their careers.
Arthur Cunningham authors “California High Court to Answer Question About Employment Retaliation,” published by SHRM.
Three research-backed strategies to raise awareness and support employees.
Intimate partner violence, or IPV, is often perceived as a private occurrence
As corporate America faces pressure to improve diversity within its ranks, Glassdoor has begun disclosing race and gender data on its employment site, breaking down how women and people of color rank their workplaces.
Work as we know it is forever changed by COVID-19. Now is the time for managers to envision the office that employees will return to.
The new Workplace Justice Unit aims to better protect San Diego County laborers from “dishonest employers”
The House of Representatives is set to vote Wednesday on the Equality Act, a bill that would ban discrimination against people based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
As the pandemic drags on, many of us are struggling. Here’s how I got back on track.
A study from the Perelman School of Medicine found evidence of a neurocognitive basis for human bias against facial anomalies, such as scars and growths.
Data show that the shift to remote work during the COVID-19 pandemic has been largely successful in maintaining productivity, but most employers still believe that returning to the office is the best path forward for maintaining a strong organizational culture.
Narcissistic behavior on the job can arise at any time, with troubling results. Case in point: A new study from the University at Buffalo School of Management showed thatnarcissists can significantly damage workplace team performance.