Rose Wakefield was ignored by an attendant at a gas station in Beaverton, Ore., near Portland, as white customers who pulled in after her were served first, according to the lawsuit.
Archives for January 29, 2023
What Do You Like About Your Job?
Ask yourself these three questions to figure it out before you make your next move.
To Make Lasting Progress on DEI, Measure Outcomes
Tracking demographic representation is just the start.
Big Tech’s big lie
Dehumanizing. Gut-wrenching. Slap in the face. Betrayed. Tech workers are using all sorts of emotional phrases to describe the layoff wave that has gripped the industry and become the talk of the business world.
How worker surveillance is backfiring on employers
Before the pandemic, Mark had a lot of autonomy in his job in the IT department of a US industrial firm. He and his teammates were able to get their work done, he says, “without our manager doing much, you know, managing”.
Layoffs by Email Show What Employers Really Think of Their Workers
Google’s parent company, Alphabet, recently announced that it would lay off around 12,000 people, 6 percent of its work force.
Tiny percent of NY state employees have sexual harassment training despite Hochul mandate
Despite a mandate from Gov. Kathy Hochul, a pitiful 0.4% of the 130,000 New York state employees have completed a live sexual harassment and ethics training they’re legally required to take, according to a report on Sunday.
Hochul’s Vow to Boost Ethics and Sexual Harassment Training Falls Flat
Gov. Kathy Hochul promised to end the era where state workers could “click through” an ethics class. But the state has failed to implement live training.
Jeff Bezos’s advice for bosses who are leading meetings: Talk last
Jeff Bezos is the third-richest man in the world. He founded bookstore turned e-commerce behemoth Amazon and recently traveled to space on a rocket built by his own company, Blue Origin. And last year, he vowed to give away most of his fortune, which totals around $120 billion.