Tesla Inc. has paid more than $1 million to a Black former employee who won a ruling that the company failed to stop his supervisors from calling him the “N-word” at the electric-car maker’s northern California plant
The call from Morgan Stanley’s human resources office went out late Monday: Two vaccinated employees had Covid-19, and workers on the 14th floor of the firm’s Times Square headquarters should stay away until the area could be cleaned.
Blizzard President J. Allen Brack is leaving the company amid a cultural reckoning at parent Activision Blizzard Inc. over a California lawsuit alleging sexual discrimination and harassment.
Allianz SE’s Pacific Investment Management Co. must face a lawsuit filed by female workers alleging the money manager operates as a fraternity that favors white males, a California judge ruled.
Cleveland violated federal law when its EMS commissioner considered race when adjusting supervisors’ shift assignments even though the five Black supervisors challenging the moves didn’t lose any pay, the U.S. government will tell the Sixth Circuit during oral arguments Tuesday.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito wrote for a 6-3 majority upholding two Arizona laws impacting voting rights of people of color.
The president should focus more on labor markets and less on antitrust policy.
Japanese staffing and internet firm Recruit Holdings Co., one of Japan’s biggest and most laid-back companies, was well positioned for the work-from-home shift and transition to a post-Covid future, said Chief Executive Officer Hisayuki Idekoba.
McDonald’s USA LLC and McDonald’s Corp. must face claims by two Black female executives who say they were demoted from vice president positions because of their race and that the companies generally discriminate against Black employees, franchisees, and customers, the Northern District of Illinois ruled.
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A new federal holiday doesn’t necessarily mean U.S. employees will get the day off.
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