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Archives for September 13, 2022
Ongoing disability awareness in the workplace is essential for enterprises striving to achieve full digital accessibility for their customers as well as their employees.
All the talk about quiet quitting makes it seem like everyone hates their jobs and is just sleepwalking through the workday, but that’s not the case.
New York labor officials on Thursday will hold a public hearing on how to improve sexual harassment policies for employers in the state as the pandemic has changed how people work and interact with each other.
Amazon’s top executive overseeing workplace health and safety is leaving the company next month, CNBC has learned.
Millions of older Americans have re-entered the workforce in recent months. In fact, nearly 64 percent of adults between the ages of 55 and 64 were working in April.
The Labor Department released two new proposed rules to standardize how the agency measures whether its workforce development programs are effectively serving employers.
As we put Labor Day 2022 behind us every business leader is grappling with how people work—remote, hybrid, back to office.
Anyone who has ever been on a job hunt knows that it is often difficult to find out what a new position might pay.
State lawmakers and business boosters love to tout Georgia’s reputation as a great place to do business. But, according to Oxfam America, it’s a terrible place to work.
Companies are hiring anti-union consultants and deploying hardball tactics when workers threaten to form a union
The U.S. Department of State has released the October 2022 Visa Bulletin, which shows significant retrogression in the employment-based second preference (EB-2) category for individuals born in India.
City workers are essential to keeping the public clean, safe, and functioning smoothly. A significant portion of infrastructure, however, is not actually owned by the city. The MTA, for instance, which runs New York City’s subway system, is operated as a private corporation. But transportation is just one of
Westchester County’s salary transparency law, amending the local Human Rights Law, is set to take effect November 6, 2022. The County law will require employers (with at least four employees), employment agencies, and labor organizations to include a minimum or maximum salary for a job, promotion, or transfer opportunity in
Labor force participation is falling, the skills gap is widening, and certain industries are struggling to recover post-pandemic. In this podcast, Michael Lotito, co-chair of Littler Workplace Policy Institute (WPI) and Shannon Meade, executive director of WPI, discuss the historic transformation of the American workforce and what needs to