Doctor, others in Maine sought emergency order blocking requirement
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In failing to secure a benefit with bipartisan appeal, President Biden joins a long line of frustrated politicians. But some Republicans say it could be resurrected on its own.
The shock of the pandemic threw care taking arrangements into disarray. Many families find themselves back in the same precarious arrangement they had before, with the burden still on mothers.
People want to make their own decisions about when and where they work, according to survey data.
The hospital system said its incoming diversity, equity and inclusion officer was “too sensitive about race issues,” as one reason it rescinded the offer.
Sure, companies can insist. But there are also things they can do that will make employees want to return.
Here are five things in technology that happened this past week and how they affect your business. Did you miss them?
Nine percent of New York City’s municipal workforce remains unvaccinated following a Friday deadline to demonstrate proof of receiving at least Covid shot, officials said.
As employees experience high levels of burnout, consider putting the power back in their hands.
When her employer gave her the go-ahead to return to the workplace last summer, Denise Charles was ready to go.
Women are less likely to ask for extensions. That hurts women—and the companies they work for.
No matter what dimension of diversity is discussed, there are layers of complexity.
Mask mandates, with certain exceptions, are ending in Louisiana. This week, Louisiana’s governor lifted the statewide mandate, which allowed cities to impose their own mandates. New Orleans’ mandate, which has been in effect since July 2021, is also now ending.
Since the passage of the Georgia Restrictive Covenants Act (O.C.G.A. § 13-8-50 et seq.) in May 2011, there has been some level of uncertainty regarding the extent to which a court may “blue pencil” or modify an otherwise unenforceable covenant, including whether a court may extend the restrictions period of
On June 10, 2021, the Louisiana State Legislature passed House Bill (HB) No. 379, a measure that provides for civil liability for injuries caused to individuals who have experienced sexual assault in the workplace, as defined by criminal statutes.