Signaling significant regulatory and enforcement changes from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), President Joseph Biden has named a California official to lead the agency.
Archives for April 20, 2021
Andrew Maunz discusses the implications of the Biden Administration’s expansive plan for infrastructure and job creation for the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in “Biden’s Jobs Plan Cues Anti-Bias Funding, Enforcement Resources,” published by Bloomberg Law.
Joseph Lazzarotti and Joy Napier-Joyce co-author “DOL Issues Cybersecurity Best Practices for Retirement Plans,” published by SHRM.
As long as it’s practiced with kindness and tact, breaking down office rumors with colleagues can actually be healthy for workers
I lead a small team of four: two assistants who I supervise, and one colleague at my level but who doesn’t have supervisory duties. Because we’re a small team that likes one another, our meetings usually end with personal chatter—nothing boundary-crossing, just normal friendly updates.
An ‘equivalent position’ needs to offer the same pay and benefits — and the same status and responsibilities
Can you imagine life without your smartphone?
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency tasked with enforcing laws against employment discrimination and harassment, announced today that it is hosting a virtual training workshop on May 20.
The retail union that failed in an effort to organize Amazon workers at a Alabama warehouse wants the results of a recent vote to be thrown out, alleging the ecommerce company illegally interfered with the process.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, there have been countless headlines indicating that companies won’t require their employees to work in offices anymore and that remote work will become the new industry standard.
I haven’t said anything to anyone, but I was extremely humiliated
A number of companies are bringing employees back to the in-person office after months of remote work.
After an intensive, months-long election, only one-eighth of the workers at Amazon’s Bessemer, Alabama warehouse voted in favor of a union. More than twice as many voted against. Roughly half didn’t vote at all.
The coronavirus pandemic has had a profound impact on the economy, with millions losing their jobs and millions more placed in highly precarious situations.