The COVID pandemic has sapped the US labor pool of about 500,000 employees because persistent symptoms have prevented them from returning to work, new research shows.
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The rapid labor market recovery over the past two and half years has not been enough to shrink persistent racial gaps in employment, jobs and wages.
Disciplining employees is often not something supervisors like to do, but it is important to have a fair and appropriate discipline process in the workplace.
One dismissive remark from that know-it-all department head or a backhanded comment from that passive-aggressive peer can send our brains spinning with emotions, anger, and internal dialogue that can consume our days and even nights.
A number of recent studies have found employee burnout is hampering worker productivity, motivation and well-being.
Looking to reduce costs, increase productivity, automate processes and boost team morale?
Eight out of 12 labor unions have reached tentative agreements with the railroad carriers, up from five last week.
The labor market appears hot, but the share of people who are either working or actively looking for a job still hasn’t quite recovered.
HR pros have much to consider when laying the foundation for a digital workplace.
On Labor Day, Governor Newsom signed Assembly Bill (AB) 257, known as the FAST Recovery Act. The Act establishes a Fast Food Council comprising fast food employees, worker advocates, franchisors, franchisees, and government officials from the Department of Industrial Relations and the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development. The
You go through a phone screen.
You go through three rounds of interviews.
And you still wait.
And sometimes, you get ghosted, and the recruiter or hiring manager never gets back to you.
And sometimes they do. Sometimes even with an offer! But why does