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Archives for August 16, 2022
Starbucks Asks for a Suspension of Union Elections
The coffee chain, which has filed numerous complaints about procedural issues, asked the National Labor Relations Board to investigate allegations of misconduct during a union vote.
The Quantify-Everything Economy
Data can make our lives richer, but let’s not forget that people are not machines.
More Than 75% of US Businesses Prefer to Hire Freelancers in Uncertain Economy
As the specter of recession looms, companies are becoming more cautious about increasing headcount. But the work still needs to get done.
Apple employees will need to work from its offices three times a week starting in September
Santa Clara Valley employees have to come in every Tuesdays, Thursdays and a day set by their specific team.
One Big Reason Return-To-Office Stalls? Workers Don’t Feel A Sense Of Belonging
Feeling a sense of belonging at work is a lot like falling in love – in the real world, it usually doesn’t happen overnight.
Expect The Unexpected: Workforce Planning Strategies As The Economy Shifts
With 4.3 million workers resigning, May 2022 marked the twelfth month in a row in which more than 4 million Americans chose to leave their jobs.
Don’t Let Cynicism Undermine Your Workplace
How to restore trust and confidence in your leaders—and your organization
Dollar General hit with nearly $1.3 million in workplace safety fines
The US Department of Labor proposed fines of almost $1.3 million for Dollar General (DG) after federal inspectors found workplace violations at three Georgia stores, the agency announced Monday.
Menopause shouldn’t be an invisible tax on women in the workplace
Menopause is a journey every woman, everywhere, undertakes.
7 Ways to Create a Happier Workplace
In the ongoing effort to engage and retain workplace talent, one distinct trend rings true: Employees who are happy in their jobs are more likely to stay there.
Four Ways Hair Bias Shows Up In The Workplace
When striving to create a workplace that is equitable and justice-oriented, it’s important to examine unique forms of oppression that different communities face to develop interventions that address workplace harm.
Did Covid earn workers more paid sick days and child-care support? There’s little corporate data to prove it
A new research report from Just Capital on Russell 1000 companies shows that disclosure on worker issues remains very low.
Litigator Lee Sheldon Joins Littler in San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO (August 15, 2022) – Littler, the world’s largest employment and labor law practice representing management, has added Lee E. Sheldon as of counsel in its San Francisco office. Sheldon has deep experience across the spectrum of employment litigation, with a focus on litigation covered by employment practices
Join the HRW Team: Now Hiring Associates
Hirsch Roberts Weinstein (HRW) is seeking a mid-level associates.