The city seeks $150 million in relief for employees, accusing the fast-food giant of “complete disregard” of a law governing workweeks.
Archives for May 2, 2021
We’re all feeling a little fried at work and home. But there are ways to stay sharp and recharge.
Boeing Co. has fired 65 employees and disciplined another 53 for racist, discriminatory and hateful conduct since Chief Executive Officer Dave Calhoun vowed “zero tolerance” in June.
Five meaningful actions leaders must take in the face of racist violence.
Federal law puts some limits on new cannabis labor laws, and more could follow
For decades, manufacturers in the U.S. have warned of a massive skills gap: There just aren’t enough new skilled workers to make up for older ones who are retiring.
Tech firms are returning to business models that focus on products and profits rather than politics and causes. Well, two are, anyway.
Today should have been a joyous one, with my wife and I expecting our first child at the ripe old age of 41.
On April 30, 2021, the Biden administration issued a proclamation that implements restrictions for travelers from India, due to concerns regarding COVID-19. Pursuant to the proclamation, noncitizens who have been physically present in India within 14 days of travel to the United States will be barred entry, unless eligible for an exception.