On Friday, January 7, 2022, the U.S.
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Justices to consider whether Biden administration can enforce rules for private employers and healthcare workers
Three strategies to make them worth people’s time.
Automated software programs that help hire employees and monitor their work are becoming more popular as companies grapple with how to manage a disparate, remote workforce.
Recently, a group of Starbucks employees in Buffalo, New York, made news when they voted to form the coffeehouse giant’s first U.S. union, according to CNBC.
It feels like almost everyone is looking for a new job.
The U.S. reported 704,369 new cases of covid-19 on Wednesday.
“You’ll probably want dynamic personalization, so it’s like you step into the car, it knows who you are, it knows everything you want, and the car reconfigures itself automatically to all your preferences.
As we enter 2022, changes in how we work, where we work, who we work with, why we work, and the technologies we use are in continual flux.
As companies returned to work following the holidays, changes to Minnesota’s nursing mothers statute and pregnancy accommodations law (Minn. Stat. § 181.939) went into effect on January 1, 2022. Minnesota employers may want to take a moment to make sure their policies and practices are up to date.
The pandemic has pushed many to the brink, but it’s also been a catalyst for positive workplace reinvention—at least in progressive sectors.
With labor in short supply, there’s a need for increased compensation, of course. But you can be creative about it. And how you ask for more help can be just as important as what you offer.
With coronavirus cases surging across New York State, employees at the only company-owned Starbucks store that is unionized staged a walkout on Wednesday to protest what they say are unsafe working conditions.
The National Labor Relations Board alleges that Times management wrongly prevented some employees from showing support for a union, a claim the paper denied.
While the working world stepped into the new year, and as federal OSHA awaited a January 7, 2022 oral argument before the United States Supreme Court regarding its COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Emergency Standard (ETS), on January 3, 2022, Minnesota OSHA (MNOSHA) adopted the ETS by reference in the