The San Francisco Office of Labor Standards Enforcement (OLSE) recently amended its Family Friendly Workplace Ordinance (FFWO) to address teleworking employees. Here’s the scoop…
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Samia Kirmani discusses trends in the labor market that are leading many employers to hold onto underperforming workers rather than terminating them in “In the tight talent market, some employers are hesitant to fire mediocre performers,” published by The Business Journals.
A provision in the enacted state budget for fiscal year 2023 amends the Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave Act (PFMLA) to provide employers and employees more flexibility to use other accrued benefits to supplement paid benefits received from the state.
The behavior that the bank claims justified Shaquala Williams’s termination was inseparable from activity protected under a whistleblower anti-retaliation law, Judge Jed Rakoff said
It doesn’t have to be toxic.
Saying federal guidelines aimed at preventing discrimination against students based on such things as gender identity would “vastly expand the application” of Title IX, Florida Education Commissioner Manny Diaz, Jr. told school officials Thursday to ignore the guidelines.
I’m uncomfortable with using the unisex bathrooms at work, and I’m avoiding surgery because of it
Virginia Attorney General Jason Miyares joined 22 other states in suing the federal government to stop gender identity and sexual orientation from being included in non-discrimination policies for SNAP, including some school lunch programs.
The supermarket chain is the latest major company where workers, who passed the vote 45-31, have unionized
The pandemic caused hordes of women to leave the workforce due to family responsibilities. Many aren’t returning. Here’s what companies can do to give women the pathways to success they need.
The pandemic continues to reshape how we work, where we work, and the technologies we use to stay connected to each other.
Roughly one-in-five workers say they are very or somewhat likely to look for a new job in the next six months, but only about a third of these workers think it would be easy to find one
Employees at a store in western Massachusetts became the first of more than 500 Trader Joe’s locations to take such a step
I believe having a mentally healthy workforce starts with company culture, and that starts from the top, with its leaders. So my question is: How are you helping your employees be the best versions of themselves?
Identifying and addressing red flags early can prevent violent behaviors from escalating.