Construction software developer Viewpoint, Inc. and its recruiter CampusPoint Corporation will pay $225,000 and provide significant affirmative relief to resolve a disability discrimination lawsuit brought by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency announced today.
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Baumann Farms LLP, a major agricultural company in central Wisconsin, will pay $180,812.50 and provide other significant relief to settle a sexual harassment, retaliation, and national origin discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the agency announced today.
Unpaid internships benefit schools and employers, but aren’t fair to college students footing their own tuition bills.
The day before his suspension, Mr. Lemoine said, he handed over documents to a U.S. senator’s office, claiming they provided evidence that Google and its technology engaged in religious discrimination.
Tesla Inc cannot pause a California civil rights agency’s lawsuit alleging widespread race discrimination at an assembly plant while the electric carmaker separately challenges the agency’s ability to sue employers, a judge ruled on Wednesday.
Signet Jewelers on Thursday announced a $175 million settlement of long-running gender bias litigation, resolving claims on behalf of 68,000 female Sterling Jewelers employees that the retailer paid women less and promoted them less often than men.
In his penthouse suite in London’s Old Street, under the watchful gaze of a small stone statue of a mushroom god, Christian Angermayer recalls a life-changing experience with psychedelic drugs.
In 2021, Paul Boeckman of Washington Twp. joined the surge of people retiring during the COVID-19 pandemic, part of a record-breaking number of people of all ages quitting jobs in “the Great Resignation.”
A key segment of the workforce left in droves during the early days of the pandemic. Here’s how experts say employers can win them back.
Strategies for coping with self-absorbed bosses, clients, and coworkers.
On any given day we are barraged with news of devastating tragedies. It begs the question: What if I wanted to bring my gun to work for protection?
Employees change jobs for many reasons — perhaps they work for a jerk, burn out, or have been passed up for a promotion.
What research tells us about how to make employees less stressed, more productive—and willing to leave home
Study shows unionized workers earn 10.2% more than non-union peers, amid wave of organizing at some of largest US employers
Mr. Schultz, the chief executive of Starbucks, discussed the challenges he’s faced since returning to lead the company as it faces rising worker discontent and China’s ever-increasing role in global business.