In its latest update to informal guidance on COVID-19 vaccination issues, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) addressed vaccination mandates, incentives, and confidentiality, among other topics.
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Teens are picking up jobs — and higher wages — as companies scramble to hire. But that trend could have a downside.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) today posted updated and expanded technical assistance related to the COVID-19 pandemic, addressing questions arising under the federal equal employment opportunity (EEO) laws.
Search online “work too much” and you’ll get screenfuls of information about the harmful medical, mental and social consequences of spending too much time on the job
Three trends — and how to prepare for them.
Business groups have been pressing the federal agency to clarify whether employers could offer paid time off or even cash to encourage vaccination.
Last week’s personal core personal consumption expenditure (PCE) index – a key inflation measure that the Federal Reserve puts great store by rose by 3.1% – the highest reading in thirty years.
For many years remote work had something of a stigma associated with it, as managers believed that being out of sight would mean people would loaf off and productivity would fall.
As a working woman and a mother with six young children, I’m concerned that President Joe Biden is focusing too much on getting women into the workforce, and too little on supporting women’s personal pursuits.
By late April, more than 4 in 10 Americans had received one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine and more than one-quarter had been fully vaccinated.
Celebration of Errors (CoE) is a practice that can turn individual failures into business success, and more importantly: a psychologically safe workplace.
He killed the people he wanted to kill.
The Beltway Buzz is a weekly update summarizing labor and employment news from inside the Beltway and clarifying how what’s happening in Washington, D.C. could impact your business.
Remember when Amy Cooper, a White woman, had her dog off the leash and Christian Cooper (no relation), a Black man, asked her to put her dog back on the leash? This was a perfectly reasonable request, and it all escalated to Ms. Cooper calling the police on Mr. Cooper
On Monday, May 17, 2021, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker announced that effective May 29, 2021 the COVID-19 restrictions previously put in place will be lifted, with caveats concerning face coverings in certain settings. This is a drastic acceleration from the previously announced reopening timeline, which originally scheduled all restrictions to be