The days may be numbered for Puerto Rico’s 2017 employment reform law. Legislators in the House of Representatives have approved a bill that would repeal or modify parts of the current law.
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Food Ventures North America, Inc., doing business as Wild Fork Foods, a member of the JBS USA family of companies, has agreed to pay $130,000 to settle a national origin and race discrimination and retaliation lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency announced today.
These differences come down to where Brittany and Danielle live.
Four strategies for managers.
Chipotle said workers are needed for busier stores, as well as 200 new restaurants planned in 2021.
Alejandra Siciliano was terrified of catching COVID-19 while working as a hotel housekeeper. Laid off in March, she now prays for any job to pay the bills.
Four experts explain to Information Age how organisations can inspire and empower your remote or hybrid workforce in the new normal
2020 was the year of change, and now 2021 is the year of the worker.
Imagine you have an employee who excels at pattern recognition, thinks “outside of the box” and has extreme attention to detail.
As the economy reopens and people return to work, many individuals are feeling increased anxiety and stress.
As COVID-19 vaccines become widely available, many employers are asking if they can require employees to get vaccinated, and what they can do if workers refuse. Some employers are firing workers who won’t take the vaccine.
On May 6, 2021, the Alabama legislature approved a medical marijuana legalization bill. Senate Bill (SB) 46, more commonly known as the Darren Wesley ‘Ato’ Hall Compassion Act, will now go to Governor Kay Ivey for final approval. Governor Ivey has not indicated that she will veto the bill, although
Aligning itself with other circuit courts that have ruled on the issue, the Ninth Circuit recently held that ERISA does not bar forum selection clauses in benefit plans. The background of the case and the Ninth Circuit’s ruling are straightforward. Plaintiff filed a putative class action in the Northern District
Working in the office was the rule until companies and governments encouraged everyone to stay home due to the Covid-19 outbreak. The vaccine is available to everyone over 16 who wants it, and infection rates are down in most areas. Several states have lifted their Covid restrictions altogether.