Starting this month, Louisiana employers with 25 or more employees are required to accommodate pregnant employees and applicants in ways not required under federal law or previous state law.
Archives for August 5, 2021
Employees are the most valuable assets of any company. Particularly in the life sciences industry, where employees are often highly skilled and entrusted with trade secrets, it is mission critical to protect against unfair poaching by competitors.
Supervisor Told EEOC Witness Never to Testify Against a Coal Company, Federal Agency Charged
Based on an analysis of more than 7,000 engineering projects.
On a July day in downtown Lowell, Mass., the first sunny Saturday of the month, people began to line up for a block party.
Transportation Company Refused to Hire Worker Because of Medical Treatment for Opioid Addiction, Federal Agency Charged
The announcement was bold.
Tesla Inc. has paid more than $1 million to a Black former employee who won a ruling that the company failed to stop his supervisors from calling him the “N-word” at the electric-car maker’s northern California plant
The call from Morgan Stanley’s human resources office went out late Monday: Two vaccinated employees had Covid-19, and workers on the 14th floor of the firm’s Times Square headquarters should stay away until the area could be cleaned.
A massive, global shift to remote work wrought by COVID-19 restrictions made, and is making, indelible changes to the workplace dynamic for most workers in Utah and around the world.
An investigation into New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has found that he sexually harassed multiple current and former state government employees. State Attorney General Letitia James announced the findings Tuesday. (Aug. 3)
Richard Trumka, the longtime head of the powerful AFL-CIO and a close ally of Democratic Party leaders, has died. He was 72.
Most U.S. Walmart warehouses give staff extra payments to forgo vacations or work extra hours as it ramps up for holidays
According to a report from Intuit, 80% of large U.S. corporations plan to increase the use of a flexible workforce in the coming years, with contingent workers making up over 40% of the total workforce.
It’s been a roller coaster ride for manufacturers trying to retain talent over the past year and a half.