The intertwined crises of the pandemic and structural racism have depleted people’s cognitive, emotional, and physical resources.
An updated forecast by the Bureau of Labor Statistics has alarming news for people with a high school diploma or less.
The COVID-19 global pandemic has significantly affected Pennsylvania workers, businesses and communities. To bolster economic recovery efforts and position Pennsylvania for economic growth, Governor Tom Wolf today unveiled his “Back to Work PA” plan.
The U.S. Supreme Court won’t consider whether a father can sue UBS Financial Services Inc. for retaliation he says he faced after his daughter complained about pregnancy discrimination while working at the company.
When coronavirus-induced lockdowns first began nearly a year ago, millions of Americans were forced to abandon their morning commutes, pack up their offices, and begin working from home.
Employers should make sure their testing programs are compliant with existing laws, their supervisors are trained to observe intoxication, and their policies are strong—but also flexible.
A banker in North Carolina says that his greatest challenge is finding talent, as does one in Oregon.
Employees working remotely may still experience incidents that give rise to claims of discrimination and/or harassment virtually, through video streaming platforms or chat apps as well as email and text messages.
Defense Secretary Lloyd J. Austin III said he found the video from a visibly distraught female Marine “deeply disturbing.”
No one could get over the drawing of the woman holding a martini. Or her long, slightly mussed hair, her big lips, her long lashes and hourglass figure.
Even before Covid-19 struck, the World Health Organization declared burnout a legitimate syndrome linked to chronic workplace stress.
If you don’t ask, then you can’t get the salary you deserve. Here’s exactly what to say when negotiating during a job offer.
“In one year,” Vice President Kamala Harris said, “the pandemic has put decades of the progress we have collectively made for women workers at risk.”
The restaurant industry is in crisis. But some see how bad things are for servers — including “maskual harassment” — as a unique chance to make life better.
One thing is for sure as we look toward the future of office space: change.