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Archives for December 7, 2022
An influential hotel workers’ union is flexing its power at a key moment in the city’s recovery, affecting major projects from casinos to homeless shelters.
In the closing days of his final term in office, Gov. Tom Wolf is backing a regulatory change that would formalize nondiscrimination protections for LGBTQ people while circumventing the Legislature.
Google offices may have slides, climbing walls, nap pods, and basketball courts, but they aren’t adult playgrounds, at least not wholly.
A survivor of the deadly Walmart shooting in Virginia that left seven people dead has sued the retailer.
Let’s face it. Remote work brings strong emotions from both sides. Those who are in favor say it will help with work-life balance, save on commuting costs and a net benefit to the employee.
The holidays are the perfect time to make everything look festive.
The incidents add to a growing list of concerns about the social media company’s treatment of employees.
More than 1 in 5 workers have experienced violence or harassment at their workplace, according to a global survey released this week.
A New York City lawmaker is trying to ban most companies from firing workers without good reason, which could transform the balance of power between bosses and their employees.
Many older employees and retirees regret not planning or saving for retirement early enough in their working lives.
Technological advances can be a double-edged sword for workers. On the one hand, new technologies can make people more productive.
As defined by Labor Code section 350, a “tip” or “gratuity” includes any money that has been paid, given to, or left for an employee by a patron of a business over and above the actual amount due to the business for services rendered. Tips or gratuities are distinguishable from