A study that looked back at those tests found that relatively weak social connections were more helpful in finding jobs than stronger social ties.
At its meeting on September 15, 2022, the Cal/OSHA Standards Board held a public hearing on a proposed non-emergency COVID-19 standard. The hearing and subsequent Board discussion during the meeting demonstrated that there remains a great deal of disagreement about whether a non-emergency standard is needed at all, and
On September 15, 2022, California’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA or “the Division”) published Guidance on Protecting Workers from Monkeypox (MPX<a href=”http://www.dir.ca.gov/DIRNews/2022/2022-72.html#:~:text=Cal%2FOSHA%20Posts%20Guidance%20on%20Protecting%20Workers%20from%20Monkeyp”>
After more than two years, corporate leaders say time is up on avoiding in-person work.
Since she came to California from Mexico 24 years ago, Maria Bernal has been supporting her family by often working two jobs at fast food restaurants.
On August 3, 2022, New York Governor Kathy Hochul announced the opening of the $1.2 billion dollar Health Care and Mental Hygiene Worker Bonus Program aimed at rewarding and retaining frontline healthcare and mental hygiene workers.
A former Harrisonville science teacher fired a year ago for allegedly making racist comments in the classroom contends in a federal lawsuit that the district discriminated against him when it terminated his employment.
It should be obvious by now that desk workers will never again fill the trophy towers that define our urban skylines. Despite the wide availability of vaccines and improved treatments, just 44% of American office employees are showing up in their cubicles on any given weekday.
A conversation about how organized labor and management can best work together.
In this episode, Jen discusses the California Supreme Court’s recent decision in Naranjo v. Spectrum Security Services, Inc. regarding the proper treatment of Labor Code section 226.7 “premium pay.”
Many states have enacted or revived statutes limiting or barring access to abortion in the wake of the Supreme Court of the United States’ ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization and further legislative or regulatory initiatives on this subject are likely.
A lawsuit filed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission claims two employees with a North Carolina company say they were fired after refusing to participate in the firm’s daily Christian devotionals
A tool has been developed to help fed-up workers deal with their colleagues’ annoying behaviour in the workplace.
More than one in 10 companies are now fully remote. GitLab’s David DeSantos shares his best practice guidance for running a successful remote business.