Microsoft is telling employees Thursday that their return to U.S. offices is delayed indefinitely until it’s safer to come back
Tsedal Neeley, author of “Remote Work Revolution: Succeeding From Anywhere,” discusses the rise of remote work even before the pandemic, and how employers can make remote work productive for everyone.
“Anyone who crosses the line will be addressed by me,” she said.
Business owners planning a move from remote-only to a hybrid workplace face unique challenges
“Employers who aren’t listening are in some ways just being naive.”
The three-term governor said he will resign his position, effective in 14 days.
Walmart is requiring that all workers at its headquarters as well as managers who travel within the U.S. be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Oct. 4
The mandate could also trigger an avalanche of lawsuits.
A settlement has been reached in a wide-ranging sexual harassment lawsuit filed by six female doctors at Yale University against the Ivy League school and Yale Dr. Manuel Lopes Fontes
Experts say such lawsuits have little legal standing.
A new ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court has put governmental entities on notice: If they want to ban discrimination against LGBTQ people or anyone else, they must not allow for any exceptions or else religious groups will have the right to ask for them
Experts say Latinas need higher pay, paid time off and better job opportunities.
The second-largest producer of beef, pork and chicken in the U.S. will pay up to $5.5 million to settle a lawsuit that claimed the company discriminated against Muslim employees at a processing plant in northern Colorado
Osaka revealed she has suffered “bouts of depression” since 2018.
Her encounter with a Black birdwatcher last year sparked outrage nationwide.