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Archives for July 20, 2022
3 Ways Companies Make Work Purposeful
Retaining employees starts with keeping them engaged.
Are You Too Responsible?
If so, you’re not the only one suffering. Your team is too.
Union Representation Petitions Continue to Increase in FY 2022 Under Biden Administration
President Joe Biden promised during his presidential campaign to be “the most pro-union president you’ve ever seen,” so it should be no surprise that there has been an uptick in union activity before the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB or the “Board”).
Experts predicted Covid would normalize the sick day. It’s done the opposite
Pharmacist Miki Vespoli knows working while sick is neither a good health practice nor a good business one — but she’s used to doing it anyway.
Michigan court ruling could put $12 minimum wage into effect, require paid sick leave
Judge ruled GOP-led Michigan Legislature’s changes to two 2018 ballot proposals are unconstitutional
More evidence that bosses want you back to work in the office despite COVID’s endless grip
Most bosses remain steadfast in their desire to see their white-collar employees in the office despite many workers’ desire to stay home most of the time.
EEOC claim says Applebee’s told Black, gay worker to ignore slurs from cook who wore Confederate hat
A Florida line cook complained that two of his co-workers regularly harassed him because he’s Black and gay, which “forced” him to quit.
Workers To Congress: Fix Social Security!
A minority — just 29 percent of workers — strongly agree they are building a large enough retirement nest egg;
What Gen Z really wants from the workplace
The greatest question that your employer clients should continually ask is, what do my employees want out of their workplace?
Feds investigating workplace safety at Amazon warehouses
The Justice Department is investigating possible workplace safety issues at Amazon warehouses and whether injuries were hidden from inspectors.
These are the signs that you’re in a toxic work environment
With labor unionization efforts underway at Amazon and Starbucks, people quitting in record numbers and continued delays in returning to the office, workers appear to be putting their foot down when it comes to less-than-ideal work situations.
In The Return-To-Office Standoff, Many Workers Say They Face Few Penalties For Staying Home
Called back to the office and don’t want to go in for all the requested days? The consequences for opting out may not be as bad as you think.
Amazon workers launch campaign to unionize in Albany
The independent Amazon Labor Union has faced challenges making headway into new warehouses after securing an upset victory on Staten Island in April
USCIS Adjustment of Status Application Guidance for EB-2 Indian Nationals
The U.S. Department of State’s July 2022 Visa Bulletin indicates a significant advancement for Indian nationals in the second preference category for employment-based (EB-2) visas.