Instead of having set vacation and sick days, some newer PTO models let you decide how to use your time.
Archives for June 19, 2022
Jaz Brisack became a barista for the same reasons that talented young people have long chosen their career paths: a mix of idealism and ambition.
‘I want everyone to understand that I am, in fact, a person.” So claimed a Google software program, creating a bizarre controversy over the past week in AI circles and beyond.
Melissa McFadden was awarded $1 in damages for discrimination and $1 for retaliation after claiming she was targeted by supervisors.
Legal experts say the settlement signals to other assisted living facilities that they must abide by laws that bar discrimination against transgender people.
Economic data has shown during this inflationary period that while nominal wages are higher American workers are not experiencing real wage gains.
Workers at an Apple store in Maryland are celebrating after voting on Saturday to become the tech giant’s first unionized store in the U.S.
A Tesla investor filed a suit against CEO Elon Musk on Thursday over claims the company failed to respond to harassment and discrimination complaints, the latest in a tough week for the billionaire, who fired a handful of employees who complained about Musk’s “embarrass[ing]” behavior, and faced off with Twitter employees in their first meeting since the site’s board approved Musk’s $44 billion takeover bid.
Exclusionary or non-inclusive language, actions, or attitudes are the most common indicators of a toxic workplace, according to an analysis of 1.4 million employee reviews by MIT lecturer Donald Sull.
On only the second Juneteenth to be recognized as a federal holiday, it’s clear that employers’ understanding of how to mark this day is, much like racial equity in corporate America, a work in progress.
You might have heard that nowadays workers want flexibility or jobs with a sense of purpose. But with inflation on the rise, something far more basic is getting attention: Cost of living wage adjustments (COLAs), or raises that keep up with actual inflation.
Mayor Eric Adams is giving city workers who were fired for refusing to get the COVID-19 vaccination another shot at getting their jobs back – provided they opt to get jabbed quickly, The Post has learned.
Roughly two-thirds of employees at the store in Towson, Md., voted to join the union.