In Chicago, 70 bus drivers quit in protest of a mandatory vaccine policy. That’s about 10 percent of the drivers. In Massachusetts, the National Guard is subbing as bus drivers, as there aren’t enough to be found.
President Biden met on Wednesday with top executives from Microsoft, the Walt Disney Company, Kaiser Permanente and other companies that have endorsed vaccine mandates, days after he announced a federal effort to require employees of large companies to be vaccinated against the coronavirus or be tested regularly.
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In the last legislative session, changes to the Texas Labor Code were made that could have significant impacts on small employers.
A look at how companies are helping their employees evade the state of Texas.
Burnout rates in the U.S. workforce remain high, according to a new study from property and casualty insurer The Hartford, and women are increasingly reporting higher rates of job-related exhaustion than men.
Activision Blizzard, the company behind popular games like Call of Duty, said on Tuesday that it was hiring two executives, including a new head of human resources, as part of an effort to build a more inclusive workplace and grow revenue.
Employers took on a more active role in health care during the pandemic — and workers have benefitted.
An analysis of 9 million global employee records sheds light on key trends around which employees are most likely to quit.
The U.S. Department of Labor Wednesday announced an annual update to Executive Order 13658, which covers the minimum wage for contracted federal employees.
Due to a confluence of events — including the pandemic and record-high unemployment benefits — employers find themselves in one of the tightest labor markets in decades.