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A federal judge on Thursday rejected a bid by a pair of former Jones Day associates to expand their ongoing sex bias lawsuit against the law firm.
Cybersecurity chiefs say that boardrooms are asking better questions, but is the money there to back this up?
It’s hard to imagine, but it was only half a century ago that women were finally afforded the opportunity to compete for the same jobs as men in the workplace.
A restaurant in South Carolina has been ordered to pay more than $600,000 to nearly 100 workers who were forced to share their tips, the U.S. Department of Labor has ruled.
A year ago, if you’d asked Hope Liepe if she’d be working at a unionized Starbucks, she “would’ve probably said that was, like, insane and would never happen — especially at Starbucks.”
Last week, Spain signaled it may become one of a handful of countries offering workers a benefit called “menstrual leave” for people whose periods are accompanied by debilitating pain.
Here are 4 examples of easy fixes to everyday words to get you on your way to watching what you say (and there are plenty more).
Organizations that equip their workers with the technology to enable greater independence will benefit from a more committed and higher-performing workforce.