Resort Hotel Refused to Accommodate Seventh-day Adventist Employee, Federal Agency Charged
Archives for December 12, 2021
Stan Koch and Sons Trucking to Pay $500,000 to Settle EEOC Sex Discrimination Lawsuit
Stan Koch and Sons Trucking will pay $500,000 and furnish other relief to settle a sex discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the federal agency announced today.
Alibaba Fires Female Employee Who Accused Then-Supervisor of Sexual Assault
In dismissal notice, Chinese e-commerce giant alleges she spread false information that damaged the company’s reputation
Feedback Isn’t Enough to Help Your Employees Grow
Be an ally, not a critic.
Why workers should expect a bigger raise in 2022, but that it won’t match inflation
Compensation surveys of employers show that pay raises for 2022 will increase more than in recent years, but in the low 3% range, not nearly as much as the current level of headline inflation in the U.S. economy, which has reached 6.8%.
80% of Gen Z workers say they’ve taken a nap on the job
As Americans continue to work from home due to the ongoing pandemic, employees have more freedom to do other things, like take naps.
Jury awards $1.7M to Massachusetts teacher who alleged discrimination
A jury has found that school officials in Boston retaliated against a teacher for exercising his legal right to raise concerns about workplace discrimination without fear of retribution, awarding him $1.7 million.
New Appellate Ruling Tackles Common Issues In Employment Discrimination Cases
A federal appeals court this month ruled in favor of the plaintiff in an employment discrimination case that addresses common defenses and legal issues that arise in Title VII, Equal Pay Act, and related laws.
Tesla sued by second female worker over sexual harassment, retaliation
Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) is being sued by a second female employee for sexual harassment in less than a month, with the two lawsuits alleging a “hostile work environment” against women at the car maker’s U.S. factory.
Chipotle’s CEO on Fighting the Tide of Quitting Workers: It’s About More Than Higher Pay and Better Benefits
As chief executive of Chipotle Mexican Grill, Brian Niccol likes to schedule time on his packed calendar to visit the company’s restaurants and see people enjoying the food.
Could the Great Resignation Help Workers? Take a Look at History.
The Great Resignation — the phenomenon of Americans leaving their jobs at record rates this year — reached a fever pitch in August, with 4.3 million Americans, or nearly 3 percent of the work force, calling it quits.
When it comes to returning to the office, more companies are asking workers to stay tuned.
The executives had a good feeling about Jan. 10, 2022 — the date when DocuSign’s 7,000 employees worldwide would finally come back to work.
Radical Honesty: How To Build Trust In A Dispersed Workforce
The rise of a distributed workforce has created new challenges for leaders seeking to build effective teams.
Strategies For Staying In The Workforce
It’s scarcely an exaggeration to say that the Covid-19 pandemic changed everything–and that’s definitely true when it comes to working women.
Are you worried about talking about menopause in the workplace?
Spoiler alert – I’m about to say something negative about national treasure Dame Jenni Murray.