On Jan. 7, 2022 the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in separate cases challenging two vaccine mandates—OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) on vaccination or testing for employers with 100 or more employees, and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ (CMS) vaccine rule for certain healthcare employers.
Archives for January 13, 2022
After two years of disruption, volatility will only continue to increase.
Male District Community Liaison Paid Less Than His Female Colleagues, Federal Agency Charges
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) launched a new initiative to reimagine hiring practices to advance equal employment opportunity.
National retailer subsidiary Dollar Tree Distribution will pay $50,000 to a job applicant with a hearing impairment and provide other relief to settle a disability discrimination lawsuit brought by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency announced today.
A former University of Iowa employee who says she was discriminated against based on age and gender received a $325,000 settlement Tuesday from the state, which admitted no wrongdoing.
A FORMER Goole employee has spoken out against the company, alleging a toxic culture of excess drinking and sexual harassment.
How to make their reentry to the workforce as seamless as possible.
It’s essential that employers take the physical work environment of their employees into consideration.
A leader who has undergone a coaching course and is immediately tasked to coach team members may feel a sense of dread and have butterflies in the stomach.
Truly valuing workers demands bespoke solutions that don’t just kick in during times of crisis
The way we work may have irrevocably changed, but with a few simple tweaks to our shared environments we might be able to help create a less stressful future.
California’s COVID-19 workplace rules are set to change Friday with more stringent requirements taking effect for employee testing and mask-wearing.
Sam Dancy has witnessed it all during his 30 years at supermarket chain QFC in Seattle. But the Omicron variant is pushing him to the brink.
In this episode, Jen and Erika Frank talk about a new California law that requires employers to retain employee records for four years. Jen also discusses which personnel documents must be kept confidential and why.