According to a recent survey, just 40 percent of employees feel like they have bosses who respect their time off.
Archives for November 15, 2023
The Starbucks Workers Union says that thousands of employees at hundreds of stores across the country will walk out this week during this year’s Red Cup Day in what they’re calling a “Red Cup Rebellion”.
For families nationwide, Washington’s gridlock makes it impossible to plan ahead for a $250 student loan bill or $2,400 mortgage payment
Where a former employee filed his Title VII suit on the 91st day after he received notice of the agency’s decision on his employment complaint, and he failed to demonstrate the deadline should be equitably tolled, the suit was dismissed.
Dear Annie: I love my job. I love the people with whom I work; yet recently, a member of my office decided on their own that they wanted to purchase an office support pet, despite not needing any additional support in an already sound and safe office environment.
Discussing the power of middle managers and their crucial role in driving employee engagement and performance.
A new joint employer rule from the NLRB threatens to fundamentally change the business relationship between a franchise and its parent company.
On Nov. 9, 2023, Chicago passed an ordinance repealing its long-standing paid sick leave ordinance, replacing it with the new Chicago Paid Leave and Paid Sick and Safe Leave ordinance, effective Dec. 31.