Unions that represent about 32,000 full-time workers said the vote was overwhelmingly against the proposal, which would have raised pay by at least $1 an hour per year.
Archives for February 5, 2023
For Single Mothers, Quitting Can Bring Extra Challenges, but Also Balance
Single moms who chose to quit their jobs have to navigate child care, health insurance and financial concerns largely on their own. But some have also found a sense of relief.
Work Advice: My employer is reneging on its remote-work promise
Is this ‘remote first’ company changing its business model, or just ‘quiet firing’ workers in lieu of a layoff?
Making Performance Reviews Fairer in a Hybrid Workplace
One of the biggest challenges managing in a hybrid work environment is finding ways to accurately assess performance.
80% of workers who quit in the ‘great resignation’ have regrets, according to a new survey
The “Great Regret” is the latest workplace trend to sweep the nation, with the majority of professionals who quit their jobs last year wishing they could get a do-over, according to a new survey.
As People Return to Offices, It’s Back to Misery for America’s Working Moms
I’ll never know what it was like to be a working parent in the Before Times. My son was born in October 2020, and I returned to work—remotely—in February 2021.
America’s offices are now half-full. They may not get much fuller.
Office occupancy hit a post-pandemic milestone of 50 percent last week, according to data tracked by Kastle Systems. Experts think this could be the new normal.
Joe & The Juice Resolves Sex Discrimination Charge
Joe & the Juice, a nationwide restaurant specializing in juice, coffee and sandwiches, has settled a federal charge of discrimination filed with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) for $715,000 and other injunctive relief, the federal agency announced today.
The Bosses Are Back in Charge
CEOs are reasserting their authority now that workers are starting to worry about job security amid rising layoffs; ‘this whole concept of working from anywhere went too far’
How Managers Can Address Their Own Biases Around Mental Health
Since the pandemic began, more employees have been experiencing mental health challenges and talking about their mental health at work.