A restaurant group that includes Liberty Warehouse, a popular Brooklyn, N.Y. wedding venue, agreed to pay $125,000 and provide extensive non-monetary relief to settle a sex discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency announced today. That restaurant group includes the Manhattan restaurants and event spaces called The Water Club, The River Café, and Pershing Square.
Archives for September 19, 2021
The threshold of 100 employees adds to a patchwork of small-business rules. It shows up in no other major small-business laws. The reasoning behind the number is a mystery.
Hundreds of current and former Apple workers are complaining about their work environment, a rarity for the once tight-lipped company.
As new data shows 1 in 500 Americans has died from COVID-19 and the delta variant continues to surge across the country, the next challenge many health care leaders face is within their own staffs: the 27% of of U.S. health care workers who have not been vaccinated against the disease as of July, according to a study by The COVID States Project.
Two former minor league coaches for the Washington Nationals planned to file a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on Friday over the termination of their contracts, which came after they did not comply with an organization-wide vaccine mandate that was implemented in August.
The Chinese property giant owes $300 billion and is on the hook for as many as 1.6 million apartments. It may owe tens of thousands of its employees money, too.
The adage that “Whatever women do they must do twice as well as men to be thought half as good,” is sadly true in the workplace.
There’s a pandemic raging on within the Covid-19 pandemic — a “she-session,” otherwise known as a mass exodus of women, many of whom are working mothers and caregivers, from the workforce.
The crises, challenges, and trauma of 2020 and 2021 have put mental health front-and-center for employers like never before.