Companies know they need to invest in diversity, equity, and inclusion, but achieving a truly inclusive workplace is something many human resource managers find elusive.
Archives for November 13, 2023
Returning to the office five days a week or even on a hybrid schedule can feel like an abrupt shift from the days of working entirely remotely.
Early in the pandemic, Bryan Roque lost his job as a software engineer at Amazon.
A jarring survey shows worry amongst workers about what the new year might entail.
Americans say they are being required to work an exorbitant amount of overtime to compensate for staffing shortages that have plagued the economy.
A jury recently awarded a metro Atlanta woman a record-breaking $3.47 million in a racial and sexual harassment case, according to lawyers.
The Power At Work Blog is proud to present this Veterans Day blogcast. In this very special blogcast, Burnes Center Senior Fellow Seth Harris is joined by William Attig of the AFL-CIO Union Veterans Council and Martin Helms of Helmets to Hardhats to discuss veterans in the labor movement.
Three sales representatives were entitled to liquidated damages for overtime violations under the Fair Labor Standards Act because their employer lacked reasonable grounds for misclassifying them as exempt, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled.