Another federal judge has blocked President Biden’s vaccine mandate. On Tuesday, December 7, 2021, Judge R. Stan Baker, a Georgia-based U. S. District Court Judge, issued a preliminary injunction against enforcing President Biden’s vaccine requirement for federal contractors and subcontractors who would have had to get vaccinated by January
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WCL 114-a provides the Workers’ Compensation Board with the authority to disqualify a claimant from receiving lost time benefits, “[i]f for the purpose of obtaining compensation pursuant to Section 15 of this chapter, or for the purpose of influencing any determination regarding any such payment, a claimant knowingly makes a false statement or representation as to a material fact.” Section 15 is specific to lost wage replacement.
First Capital Bank Malawi Ltd. is offering Christmas bonuses to fully vaccinated staff and warned those still holding out against Covid-19 inoculations risk missing out on annual bonuses next year, according to a circular seen by Bloomberg.
Health Care Transportation Company Subjected Female Paramedics to Ongoing Sexual Harassment and Retaliation, Federal Agency Charges
New research suggests that giving teams more autonomy doesn’t always pay off.
A guide to the tools that can make your distributed workplace work.
Research suggests that setting (loose) goals can help you recharge more effectively.
A disabled woman’s lawsuit attracts interest from civil-rights organizations and business groups
A health charity wonders if it needs to lead by example.
Some states want to ensure that Americans who quit their jobs or who are fired over COVID-19 vaccine requirements in the workplace can collect unemployment.
In this article, I want to share my perspective on the characteristics of great leadership and why three emotional intelligence skills in particular are vital.
In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, employers and employees across the U.S. have noted a distinct shift in what it means to work.
Toxic workplace cultures are rife with hostility, cliques, gossip, mistrust, and selfishness.
We all struggle with getting overwhelmed at work—long days, difficult bosses, outside-of-work influences all weigh on us and can add up.
These things are all good, but it may impact what the great resignation looks like at your office.