In 2022, federal and state laws regulating wages and hours of work continued to change and develop. In “2022 Wage and Hour Developments: A Year in Review,” we look back on significant wage and hour developments at the federal and state level.
Archives for January 12, 2023
A National Labor Relations Board official found a lack of evidence to support claims of election improprieties. Amazon could appeal the decision.
Three myths that impede their proper use — and three strategies to help your team make the most of the practice.
Four strategies to keep you from unintentionally sabotaging your team’s productivity.
As workplace shootings become more common throughout the U.S., HR and corporate leaders may feel unsure of the best way to react and communicate afterward, particularly if the violence occurred on their premises and someone was injured.
Younger workers are less likely to have confidence in their employer’s anti-retaliation policies, according to a new report.
Microsoft will let workers take as much time off as they want beginning next week.
In this episode, Jen discusses why many employers should be focused on retention this year, and provides several proven strategies to keep employees engaged and committed.
Republicans have changed the name of the Committee on Education and Labor. Their explanation why is a doozy, even by contemporary standards.
With all the shenanigans that have accompanied the Republican takeover of the U.S. House of Representatives, a name change for the Committee on Education and Labor may seem like small potatoes.
A U.S. labor board director has upheld Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) workers’ landmark union victory at a warehouse in New York, according to a decision issued Wednesday, bringing the online retailer closer to having to bargain with staff on a contract.
A grocery store in Kentucky allegedly engaged in religious discrimination against a job applicant by insisting he cut his dreadlocks to work at the store, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission charged in a lawsuit filed Dec. 27
The employment rights enforcement agency announced plans to crack down violations of anti-discrimination rules stemming from the use of AI and algorithmic decision-making software.
The US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission will turn its enforcement attention to artificial intelligence tools used by employers to hire workers that can also introduce discriminatory decision-making, according to a new agency playbook.
On January 10, 2023, justices for the Supreme Court of the United States questioned attorneys for a ready-mix concrete company and the union representing its truck drivers over whether claims to recover the value of the company’s property destroyed as a result of a strike are preempted by the National