Events related to the COVID-19 pandemic may have caused roles within retail operations to shift, and managers may have been required to do more when employees are unexpectedly sick or when staffing levels fell due to the “great resignation.”
Archives for September 13, 2022
The Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry (DLI) recently issued a final rule updating regulations under the Pennsylvania Minimum Wage Act (PMWA). The changes took effect Aug. 5, and impact three wage-and-hour compliance areas: tipped workers, service charges and the calculation of overtime.
Skils’kin, a non-profit focused on disabilities and employment that operates in Washington, Montana, Oklahoma, and Wyoming, will pay $100,000 and provide other relief to settle a race discrimination lawsuit brought by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency announced today.
This summer, there was much discussion of the concept of “quiet quitting” — meaning, essentially, doing the bare minimum at work.
When the road gets bumpy, you need as many different perspectives as possible.
When artificial intelligence (AI) and automation were added to the growing recruitment tech stack, many recruiters were immediately concerned they would be replaced by more efficient and cost-effective technology.
The best bosses in business today can move mountains thanks to their authenticity and character—the worst are motivated chiefly by the need to feed their own egos.
Simple, sure. But also extremely effective. For any leader.
Tax issues arise in nearly every sexual harassment settlement.
Between strikes by nurses, teachers and maybe railroad workers, and new union efforts gaining steam at Starbucks, Amazon, Apple and elsewhere, big labor is having a big moment.
A good deal of the American workforce feels uncomfortable sharing the state of their mental health with their bosses, according to a recent survey conducted by Modern Health and Forrester Consulting.
People are craving meaningful connection at work. Without it, they’re willing to quit.
At the onset of COVID-19, minorities lost jobs at a faster rate than whites but then bounced back much stronger. Meanwhile, women saw their employment numbers fall more than for men.
Layoffs have never been the best strategy for weathering tough economic times.