Archives for October 11, 2021
Employer Denied Needed Bathroom Breaks to Worker with Bladder Condition, Federal Agency Charged
The vaccination rate among home health workers in New York as a deadline arrived on Thursday for them to get Covid shots was about 86 percent
Employees are divided over Frances Haugen, a former product manager who testified that the company was putting profit before safety.
School may be in session, but the dearth of child care is still proving to be a major hurdle to women reentering the U.S. labor market.
A startling estimate of 12 billion working days, or 50 million years of work, will be lost to depression and anxiety disorders each year between now and 2030, according to an analysis conducted by the World Health Organization (WHO).
The corporate world is making many strides in leadership and progression, yet sexual harassment is still rampant and a major external challenge negatively impacting women at work.
The pandemic may be winding down, but the gender equity issues which it helped to heighten show no signs of receding.
Governor Newsom signed Assembly Bill 237 (AB 237), which prohibits California public employers from discontinuing employer contributions for health care or other medical coverage for employees who, during the duration of an authorized strike, fall below the minimum hours worked to qualify for employee health care coverage.
The bill expressly