The United States has become a divided nation over politics. Nearly every issue places people into opposing camps.
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Effective at midnight August 12, 2021, Philadelphia businesses must require masks or proof of vaccination from employees and customers. Businesses that require all staff and customers to be fully vaccinated are not subject to the masking rule. Large outdoor events with no seating must require masks when more than 1,000
What happens when people are working a lot, but not always at the same time?
There is a wealth of evidence that suggests that individuals that identify as Black, Indigenous, or a person of color experience racial trauma that impacts their wellbeing.
Google employees who choose to work from home permanently may face pay cuts, according to a report by Reuters.
A former administrative and database assistant at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius has sued the firm for discrimination and retaliation, claiming its policy of allowing remote work during the pandemic undermined its rationale for denying her request to work from home after a 2019 brain injury.
As coronavirus infections rise again, U.S. companies mandating vaccinations are confronting an uncomfortable question rarely asked by an employer – what is an employee’s religious belief?
A U.S. district judge last week denied the University of Idaho’s motion for summary judgment on gender and race discrimination claims brought by a Black female law professor who claims she was unfairly denied an associate dean position and a stipend.
Walmart’s criminal history screening process is overly broad, in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, an applicant alleged in a proposed class-action lawsuit
Players on the U.S. women’s national soccer team urged a federal appeals court to reinstate their equal pay lawsuit, saying their greater success than the American men was not taken into account by a trial court judge who dismissed their case.
The future will require that companies focus on output, outcomes and employee productivity to make up for the impact of the pandemic on various industries
In the current age of globalization and social mobility, individuals from different cities, countries, regions, ages, genders and socio-economic backgrounds converge across many social settings.
When the pandemic first began, many employers turned to technology to keep employees connected and engaged.
All jobs have some tedium, but time management strategies can help you stay on task
Last week, the City of West Hollywood approved an expansive hotel worker protection ordinance. The ordinance seeks to protect the safety and security of hotel workers and improve their working conditions. The following is a summary of the ordinance’s five key elements.
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