On May 1, 2023, OSHA announced a new national emphasis program (NEP) that focuses enforcement efforts on fall-related hazards. The announcement strategically coincided with the start of the tenth annual National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction, which concluded on May 5, 2023. The NEP took effect immediately, and
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Inbox management can be mind-numbing. You might have wondered, couldn’t a robot do this?
Contract talks between Hollywood writers and producers have put a spotlight on how the fast-developing technology is blowing up the jobs landscape.
As Gen Z enters the workforce, there is a language barrier forming between them and their older colleagues, according to new research.
Brooklyn resident Errol Pierre, 40, isn’t the kind of guy who stays in his lane and minds his own business when he sees that something is going terribly wrong.
About half the families surveyed by Motherly rely on outside childcare. Many can no longer afford it.
It’s been a rough three years.
Stock declines wipe out billions of dollars of paper gains meant for big-ticket expenses
Sunnybrook Education Association Blocked a Promotion and Raise for a Black School District Employee Because of His Race, Federal Agency Charges
That’s poor ground to stand on when trying to revoke remote work.
Federal jury denies most of the other claims against city