A law that would limit employers’ use of non disclosure agreements to keep victims of sexual harassment silent overwhelmingly passed the House on Wednesday and now will head to President Joe Biden for signing.
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Elon Musk says Twitter is a software and servers company at its heart and told employees they must decide by Thursday evening if they want to remain a part of the business, according to an email the new owner sent to Twitter workers.
Being irreplacable in your workplace is becoming more important than ever.
The state this week urged a federal appeals court to toss out an injunction against a new law that placed restrictions on how race-related issues can be addressed in workplace training.
A new webpage published by OSHA is intended to help employers and workers manage workplace stress while maintaining mental health amid a shifting work climate.
White collar workers would be hit harder than blue collar workers if the United States enters a recession soon, according to one economist, who said businesses have undergone a dramatic restructuring after the pandemic.
The vote means a change to the Illinois Constitution to protect collective bargaining and prohibit lawmakers from passing right-to-work laws.
Corporate executives still searching for the most effective incentives to lure their workers back to the office should consider the results of two national polls of what employees say are the most effective perks and penalties.
Mr. Musk said that workers would need to answer through an online form by late Thursday and that those who stayed would be “working long hours at high intensity.”
In this episode, Jen discusses the pros and cons of retaining employee interview notes.
A divided Congress in 2023 will make it more difficult, if not impossible, for the Biden administration to move its legislative agenda forward. Given the likelihood of a legislative impasse, the administration will continue to turn its attention from Congress to the federal agencies to achieve its labor