Companies offer more generous bereavement leave in pandemic’s wake and expand who counts as ‘family’
Job site Indeed is the latest company to pull back on some of the benefits offered to support employees through the global health crisis.
A limited number of H-1B specialty occupation workers will be able to renew their visas in the US as soon as January, State Department officials announced.
A $25 million Department of Justice settlement with Apple Inc. over allegations it discriminated against US citizens in hiring highlights a disconnect between federal agencies on compliance with immigration law, attorneys say.
Amazon.com Inc. pays women less than male employees performing the same or comparable work, a class lawsuit filed Monday in federal court in Seattle charges.
Banks look to implement Workday’s AI software in coming months
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission will try to revive its lawsuit accusing a Texas pharmacy of disciplining, humiliating, and threatening an asthmatic worker for seeking to wear a mask at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Widespread adoption seen hitting demand for floorspace
As overwhelmed states step back and competition for workers steps up, companies are providing their employees and communities with more benefits.
Great Retirement narrative continues despite Covid fading
Employers can expect to face a dramatic increase in the number of unfair labor practice charges in 2024, due to a recent National Labor Relations Board decision that provides employees with an easier path to challenge workplace policies—even those that have nothing to do with unions.
Workplaces have long been considered one of the last places where people form relationships across political lines. That’s changing.
Whatever the reason — economic uncertainty, global turmoil, technological change — Americans are more anxious now than they were before the pandemic.
New research shows that income security has been mostly rising for the last seven decades.
More companies highlight policies as older women gain ground