The civil complaint alleges that the N.F.L., Commissioner Roger Goodell, the Washington Commanders and the team’s owner, Daniel Snyder, concealed sexual harassment and abuse of former team employees over two decades.
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Tech companies that created more workplace transparency see their own tools used to critique them.
Today’s public-facing employees deal with insults, rants, and rudeness — and leaders must better protect them. Here’s how.
I found myself increasingly frustrated with my work colleague. But I bit my tongue in meetings. I ignored their eye rolls when I brought up new ideas and I didn’t point out how many times they had dropped the ball.
Illinois workers are on the verge of a historic win: a labor rights amendment to the state constitution that—among other things—would make the state the first to ban so-called “right-to-work laws” throughout its territory.
A lawsuit against Trenton and its police department has been settled in court for $1 million after a former detective sued for racial discrimination.
United Airlines agreed to pay a Buddhist pilot $305,000 to settle a religious discrimination case filed on his behalf by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Economists search for theories on why fewer people ages 20 to 24 are working or seeking a job
According to investigators, 13- and 14-year-olds allegedly suffered severe chemical burns while working for a food safety company
D.C. attorney general Karl Racine alleges the defendants misled the public about Commander owner Dan Snyder’s knowledge of sexual harassment in his workplace, and a subsequent investigation into the claims.
While marijuana legalization proponents celebrated victory in their fight for recreational cannabis, Missouri business owners were phoning their lawyers.
Twitter has terminated a large number of its contract workers according to internal communications viewed by CNBC, all without giving full-time employees who worked with them any advanced notice.