Almost 80% of U.S. workers are scared about their job security if a recession hits, even as the job market continues to be one of the strongest in recent memory.
Archives for July 7, 2022
Results are from Insight Global June survey of 1,000 workers
“The lyrics to Beyonce’s ‘Break my Soul’ miss the mark for what workers need to hear right now,” said Alex Zekoff, CEO and co-founder of Thoughtful Automation.
Parents are returning to offices and need more child care options than in recent summers. They’re complaining about the soaring costs of camps and nannies—and kid-free colleagues are sick of it.
Google, Amazon, and others will help permanent staff seek out-of-state care. But their many contractors remain shut out.
As temperatures and the risk of heat illness rise in Alabama, Georgia, Florida and Mississippi, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration reminds employers and workers not to ignore the dangers of working in hot weather – indoors and out. Incorporating water, rest and shade can be the difference between ending the workday safely or suffering serious injuries or worse.
On June 30, 2022, the Supreme Court of California issued a decision in Grande v. Eisenhower Medical Center, No. S261247, that could have a far-reaching impact on the relationships between staffing companies and their clients.
On June 2, 2022, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz signed House File (H.F.) 4065 into law, a measure that provides clarity regarding hemp-derived consumables stemming from the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018, also known as the 2018 Farm Bill.
Employers will have the opportunity to review and self-correct retirement plan failures upon being identified for plan examination by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
I’m tired of having people get unemployment benefits when I fired them for being bad employees. Stealing, lying and coming in late — it doesn’t seem to matter. What can I do to make sure people don’t get unemployment payments? Can I document better?
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In this episode, Jen walks through the DLSE’s conference and hearing processes, and offers some practical strategies for navigating the system.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) requires recipient institutions—i.e., any entity receiving funding from the NIH—to have policies that foster a harassment-free environment.
Last month, the Illinois Supreme Court heard oral argument in the closely watched case of Cothron v. White Castle System Inc., and is set to decide when claims under Sections 15(b) and 15(d) of the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act accrue.
The court’s forthcoming decision in Cothron is likely