Legal agreements over training expenses could lead former employees to pay up
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The “coffee badging” trend is a creative way that workers have found to get around return to office mandates to save time and money.
Hybrid working has exposed wasteful, outdated designs that one Silicon Valley boss wants to blow up
Strikes and contract negotiations have been in the news more lately. From the UAW to UPS, railroad workers and more. Experts weigh in on what comes next.
Roughly 300 D.C. employees have lodged complaintsof sexual harassment in city government since Mayor Muriel E. Bowser’s anti-sexual harassment order took effect in 2017.
Age discrimination in hiring is an illegal yet pervasive practice.
Richard Lowery claimed that Texas A&M’s hiring practices were unlawful
On September 30, 2023, Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law Senate Bill (SB) No. 553, which requires virtually every California employer to take steps to prevent or respond to workplace violence.