The truckers say they’re concerned that a law classifying many freelance workers as employees could hurt their ability to operate independently.
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Employees cite burnout, staff shortages among issues for the group to address.
Researchers found that companies assume talented men will job hop to further their careers, while talented women will stay loyal.
Modesto has settled a racial discrimination, harassment and retaliation lawsuit brought against it by a Black police sergeant for $50,000.
Earlier this month a Dallas jury awarded a former Southwest Airlines flight attendant over $5 million in her lawsuit against the airline and her union after she was terminated for, she claimed, her religious convictions against abortion.
It should be obvious by now that desk workers will never again fill the trophy towers that define our urban skylines. Despite the wide availability of vaccines and improved treatments, just 44% of American office employees are showing up in their cubicles on any given weekday.
The aftermath of the injunction brought insight into the partisan divide within EEOC over the issue of Title VII’s LGBTQ protections.
Better recruit talent, strengthen culture, and increase productivity in the workplace with these best practices
As the COVID-19 pandemic has normalized a more casual office setting, the social norms surrounding tattoos in the workplace are changing, too.
Number of workplace homicides in the U.S.
I have often remonstrated in these pages against the workplace investigation industry.
How leaders can institute greater employee engagement and workplace equity.
Three years ago I wrote about labor violations at Genwa, a Koreatown barbecue restaurant where a plate of short ribs cost $75.
I grew up in a predominantly white, heteronormative town in a household eclipsed by a parent who struggled with alcoholism.