State Psychiatric Hospital Refused to Hire Older Applicant and Forced an Employee to Quit Because of Age, Federal Agency Charged
Archives for March 7, 2021
Six tips to help you figure out what’s going on and what to do about it.
Law firm leaders are closely eyeing the savings on real estate when more employees are working remotely.
Democrats play down good jobs news to pass their spending blowout.
A former press aide of Andrew M. Cuomo says he summoned her to his dimly lit hotel room and embraced her after a work event in 2000, when Cuomo led the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and she was a consultant for the agency.
“I can think of 10 people that I know of in the last year that have gone on mental health leave because of the way they were treated,” said one employee.
We talk to current and former Google employees about how years of labor organizing at the company have helped shape the newly formed union’s guiding values.
Public health experts have warned that lifting restrictions too soon could lead to another lethal wave of infections.
I’m tired of the hypocrisy of calls for Governor Cuomo to step down because of allegations that he made a joke about eating a sausage, or tried to kiss someone.
The White House fired the general counsel of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on Friday, continuing a push to oust controversial Trump appointees viewed as hostile to the mission of the agencies they worked for.
After eight years of stops and starts, a new ‘common sense’ bill will provide pregnant women with clear protections at work.
The CROWN Act protects people against hair discrimination in schools and the workplace.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is investigating whether Facebook has engaged in systemic racial bias in hiring and promotions following a complaint filed by an employee and two job applicants.
“One of the things that cropped up repeatedly was that cybervetting not only judges people’s behavior, but how that behavior is presented,” said a researcher.