PayPal Holdings Inc. said it will cover employees’ costs to access abortions if they need to travel to receive such care.
Archives for May 19, 2022
And a few to avoid.
Takeaways from a survey of 5,600 mid-career workers.
Almost exactly four years ago, Starbucks closed more than 8,000 stores across the US for racial bias training, after an incident involving two Black men being arrested at one of their locations.
Sex is a taboo topic in most workplaces.
The Colorado Senate recently passed House Bill 22-1317 which, if enacted into law, would significantly limit the enforceability of any non-compete agreements executed after the law’s effective date for employers with employees working or living in Colorado. If Governor Polis signs the proposed legislation, it could go into effect as
The cybersecurity skills gap has been well documented in recent years, but despite increased awareness of the scale of the problem, the growing demand for cybersecurity skills has meant the size of the challenge has certainly not diminished.
How criminalizing abortion affects women at work.
In the post-pandemic world many of us dream about, extra masks won’t be kept in the glove compartment.
A state agency in New York has filed an administrative complaint against Amazon, alleging the e-commerce giant discriminated against pregnant and disabled workers by denying reasonable accommodations and forcing them to take unpaid leave, Gov. Kathy Hochul announced Wednesday.
American workers have the upper hand over their employers right now — and there are tentative signs it could last, even as economic storm clouds gather.
On May 9 and 10, 2022, the Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Oregon OSHA) adopted final rules on heat illness and wildfire smoke.
Last November, the City of West Hollywood passed an ordinance implementing a new citywide minimum wage and leave requirement. It went into effect on January 1, 2022, for hotel employers and on July 1, 2022, for all other employers.
In response to public feedback on the ordinance, the City Council
In honor and celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Littler attorneys William Ng (Long Island), Hinna Upal (Rochester) and Gregory Iskander (Walnut Creek) discuss how their journeys to leadership were built on promoting collaboration, finding community and creating opportunities for other diverse attorneys.
The June 30, 2022 deadline is quickly approaching for covered supply and service federal contractors and subcontractors to certify in the Contractor Portal they have developed and maintained AAPs. This week, OFCCP added an option allowing bulk upload and modification of establishments and functional affirmative action plan (FAAP) business units.