Their tactics for hiring new workers may change the fast-casual industry forever.
Archives for December 2021
Riot Games has settled its sexual harassment litigation for $100 million as part of a global settlement to end the three-year-old litigation.
The breakdown of the traditional relationship between staff and their employer makes workplace surveillance bad for business. Here’s why.
As the year closes, many of us may be pondering how to set ourselves up for success in the coming year.
Building owners may have saved on maintenance when their offices were dark, but new pandemic-related costs are being added to the bill.
According to Gallup’s most recent State of the Global Workplace report, the pandemic affected younger workers’ careers more negatively in 2020 than older workers’.
Health care workers and other members of New York’s “critical workforce” can come back to work five days after testing positive for COVID-19 if they are fully vaccinated and are either asymptomatic or have resolving symptoms, Gov. Kathy Hochul announced last week.
It’s getting ugly out there.
The CDC announced today that it is updating its quarantine and isolation guidance. For people with COVID-19, the isolation period was reduced from ten days to five days as long as the individual has no symptoms or their symptoms are resolving after five days. Importantly, the revised isolation guidance does
Changes to Oregon employment laws taking effect next year will be keeping human resources professionals very busy this holiday season and into the new year in the Pacific Northwest.
More than six months after the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) promulgated an Emergency Temporary Standard for healthcare employers (Healthcare ETS), OSHA announced its intentions to propose an infectious diseases standard covering all industry sectors in April 2022. The agency said the new standard will address airborne, droplet, and non-bloodborne contact
As we speed closer to January 1, the date when payments will begin under Connecticut’s Paid Family and Medical Leave Act and the effective date of changes to Connecticut’s Family and Medical Leave Act (CT FMLA), below are some updates and considerations for employers.
Paid Leave Applications
On December 1,
As you have probably read, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments on the OSHA ETS on January 7, 2022.