Two former police officers whose gender discrimination and sexual harassment lawsuit led Philadelphia’s police commissioner to resign won a $1 million verdict against the city
A state agency in New York has filed an administrative complaint against Amazon, alleging the e-commerce giant discriminated against pregnant and disabled workers by denying them “reasonable accommodations” and forcing them to take unpaid leave
Workers at a Target store in Christiansburg, Virginia, have filed for a union election with federal labor regulators
The former NFL coach wants the case to remain in federal court.
The Iowa Supreme Court has upheld much of a 2019 jury verdict that found the state discriminated against a transgender prison employee by denying him the use of men’s restrooms and locker rooms
Starbucks founder and new interim CEO Howard Schultz announced Monday that the coffee chain was suspending its share repurchase program to “invest more profit into our people and our stores.”
April Curley alleges she was terminated after she spoke out.
Thousands of southern and central California grocery workers have started voting on whether to authorize their union to call a strike against several major supermarket chains
Workers at Target stores and distribution centers in places like New York, where competition for finding and hiring staff is the fiercest, could see starting wages as high as $24 an hour this year
Three Harvard University graduate students say in a federal lawsuit that the Ivy League school for years ignored complaints about sexual harassment by a renowned professor and allowed him to intimidate students by threatening to hinder their careers
The coach said he was told he didn’t get the Giants job before interviewing.
Toyota says it has reached a settlement in a lawsuit that blamed overwork and harassment for the suicide of one of its employees
California’s workplace regulators are extending the state’s coronavirus pandemic regulations into next year with some revisions that employers say could worsen the labor shortage
Vaccine mandates face a major test with Nov. 22 deadline for federal workers.
Darker-skinned Hispanics said they experience more discrimination.