The first step business leaders must take is to experiment, create sandboxes, run internal bootcamps, and develop AI use cases not just for technology workers, but for all employees.
Archives for August 6, 2023
“Fat people are inherently seen as lazy. It’s a stigma we can’t shift.”
About 650,000 workers were expected to strike or are on strike this summer. How do those numbers compare to pre-pandemic years?
For all its stress, the pandemic gave some people a chance to reflect on what their ideal work-life balance would be. Maybe it would be great to work remotely from a state that offers more green space and chances to get outdoors, or to become part of a new community.
A new study looks at the productivity of remote workers versus those in-office.
Zoom is asking all of its employees to return to the office for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began, when the tech company blew up as one of the main means of communication for people forced to work from home.
With restaurants hurting for staff, teenagers are making up a greater share of their workforce. But some say the industry isn’t doing enough to protect its youngest employees.
There are multiple stories involving strikes and unions in the news recently.
Elon Musk has offered to fund the legal bills of any users of his social network, X, who’ve been discriminated against by their employer because of their actions on the platform.
In the wake of a global lockdown, young professionals are entering the workforce having taken at least a semester of their college education online.
As all good things must do, the this year’s NILG National Conference has come to a close. As is tradition at this point, the last morning of the conference featured a panel of OFCCP’s Regional Directors, including Diana Sen (Northeast), Carmen Navarro (Midwest), Jane Suhr (Pacific & SWARM), Aida Collins
Joy Rosenquist addresses how to best comply with pay transparency and disclosure laws for external job applicants, internal employees and the government.
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On August 4, 2023, the California Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board (OSHSB) issued its notice to amend the existing Title 8 of the California Code of Regulations to add section 3396, heat illness prevention in indoor places of employment. The Standards Board received public comments regarding the proposed regulation
On August 5, 2023, New Jersey’s Temporary Workers Bill of Rights (TWBR) law takes full effect, bringing new obligations for temporary service firms and employers that utilize temporary workers. The State of New Jersey has indicated that it intends to enforce the new law in accordance with the proposed regulations
This year’s Women’s World Cup, which kicked off on July 20, 2023, has been drawing record viewers both in person and on television. As viewers watch these teams compete, many wonder whether these athletes receive pay equal to their male counterparts. The goal of this Insight is to examine