In recent years, the nation has made efforts to raise awareness of implicit bias in employment and across industry groups.
Archives for August 23, 2022
The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on withholding the truth when it may hurt you professionally.
It’s true that my co-workers were not happy when I broke the news four years ago that one of the two restaurant-size coffee machines in the office kitchen had to go.
Al Meghani Enterprises, Inc., doing business as The Wireless Solutions, a specialty retailer of wireless products, services and accessories, has agreed to pay $30,000 in damages and furnish other relief in order to settle a lawsuit for sexual harassment and retaliation filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency announced today.
It’s an important component of effective onboarding — but too much can backfire.
A U.S. federal judge on Monday rejected Goldman Sachs Group Inc’s bid to dismiss most of a 12-year-old class action alleging widespread bias against women in pay and promotions, and said the case will finally go to trial next June.
All right: Let’s talk about “quiet quitting,” the buzzy catch-all phrase that’s not so quietly taken over work culture conversations in recent weeks.
Illinois health care workers who were fired or otherwise impacted by their hospitals’ COVID-19 vaccine mandate will receive a $10 million settlement after filing a lawsuit challenging the rule.
On August 19, 2022, OFCCP published a notice in the Federal Register for the stated purpose of advising employers that in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, it is planning to produce confidential information that is protected from disclosure pursuant to a statutory exemption.
Digital presenteeism is sapping the productivity of remote workers, a new report finds, and bosses are to blame.
In the digital age, online dating and swiping right are the status quo for romance.
As employers like Virgin Atlantic relax their policies on visible tattoos in the workplace, Nicola Cockerill examines the benefits of redrafting dress codes to make them more ink-friendly and discusses the legal issues that can arise.
Only two years ago, Americans commuted to work for an average of 27.6 minutes each way, five days a week.
Even in a changed work world, compared to their bosses, junior employees are much less likely to be able to work flexibly. Why?
Who is at risk of losing their job to automation?