Billions in aid has been dispensed, and the social safety net has been reinforced. Will there be more ambitious steps to address longtime inequities?
Archives for April 9, 2021
A website is not a “place of public accommodation” within the meaning of Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a federal appeals court has held in a groundbreaking decision on disability discrimination. And an inaccessible website is not necessarily equal to the denial of goods or services.
Employees are working too much, leading to burnout and disengagement. Here’s how managers and employees can both work on solutions.
President Joe Biden may be open to canceling more federal student debt than he’s previously indicated, according to a recent interview with White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain. With many HR professionals both in and out of college structuring their lives around student debt, the implications of any executive action are far-reaching.
Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc.’s five most-senior executives received an additional $64.4 million of awards last year after the company’s board tweaked bonus calculations to exclude abysmal sales from the first few months of the pandemic lockdown.
What do you think of when you hear the phrase “The Rule of Three”?
The city has agreed to pay $140,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by three former members of Paterson’s Board of Adjustment who claimed they were discriminated against because they are Muslims.
If the movement sparked by #MeToo focuses only on taking down individual bad actors, it will leave intact the workplace structures that enable and protect the powerful.
Why pay office rent if you don’t have to? Work from home makes sense if everything you need is under your own roof, but some people who are working remotely right now may end up back together again.
Top talent seeks out companies that exhibit strong values. If you know you’ve got them, learn how to communicate them effectively with these tips.
Some companies are using drastic measures to push employees to use their time off that has accrued during the pandemic
The legalization of marijuana in July doesn’t mean companies will allow it, according to employment attorneys.
On April 5, 2021, Director of Ohio’s Department of Health (ODH), Stephanie McCloud, issued two new orders, including a consolidated Director’s Order for Social Distancing, Facial Coverings and Non-Congregating and a Director’s Order Rescinding Various Orders. The orders went into effect on April 5, 2021, and the Order for Social