What it’s like inside recently reopened offices and whether going in is worth the trouble.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has announced the appointment of Darrell Stewart and Katrina Grider to the agency’s Revolving Funds Program. Stewart will serve as the Revolving Funds Management and Administration Associate Director, and Katrina Grider as the Revolving Funds Program Associate Director for Curriculum, Training, and Education. Both will start on October 26.
In a “Fox & Friends” interview, President Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser also criticized protesters as more concerned with what he called “virtue signaling” than in coming up with “solutions.”
Men are getting promoted while women are losing their jobs — and this workplace inequality is only getting worse
Taking intentional steps to show employees that you care about them as individuals may be the most important role you play as a leader.
As organizations find their way through the pandemic, the workplace is changing. Here are the skills that will help employees thrive in the future.
I didn’t think much about feminism as a child or young woman.
Workplaces looked very different nine months ago. For those who became telecommuters in the era of COVID-19, office door knocks and team meetings ’round the conference table have been replaced by pinging chat bubbles and cascading Zoom windows. During this nine-month transformation, researchers have learned many lessons about team communication and performance in the virtual environment.
Even if he loses, the action could sabotage a Biden administration indefinitely.
A jury must decide whether name-calling and other harassment a purchaser with a New York glass and window company allegedly faced before being fired violated federal and New York City law, the Eastern District of New York ruled.
Is a worker an independent contractor or employee? This is an often asked question due to the significance the answer has on both employers and employees.
Those in charge of talent management within companies have a fundamental task to promote the necessary skills in employees in the face of this new reality.
The court is poised to take away one of the most important tools for combating systemic racism.
Workplace favoritism is unfortunately very common. Here are four things you should do if it’s happening to you.