There is no doubt that a longer-than-normal tax season took its toll on tax professionals. But those that thought that the work would slow after July quickly learned different.
A new Education Department rule setting out schools’ Title IX obligations regarding complaints of sex discrimination, including sexual assault and harassment, will go into effect as planned on Aug. 14, a federal court in Washington said Wednesday.
Pinterest Inc.’s former Chief Operating Officer Francoise Brougher claims in a lawsuit that she was fired in April after speaking up about gender discrimination by the company’s male-run leadership team.
Pinterest Inc. fired its top female executive for pointing out gender bias in a male-dominated leadership team, a suit filed Tuesday in a state court in San Francisco alleges.
President Donald Trump’s order to delay collection of payroll taxes thrusts a dilemma on U.S. companies: continue withholding the money from workers expecting bigger paychecks or pass it on and potentially put themselves or their employees at risk of a big end-of-year bill from the IRS.
Three days before Donald Trump was sworn in as president of the U.S., the Department of Labor dealt a blow to one of the incoming administration’s sole allies in Silicon Valley.
The United Food and Commercial Workers International Union is stepping in where the government has failed, running its own coronavirus contact-tracing program for 1.3 million members.
Workers weigh in on what they’ve had to adjust to and what feels the same as ever.
After a surge in coronavirus cases across the U.S., all signs point to a slowdown in job gains last month — or worse.
IBM Chief Human Resources Officer Diane Gherson discusses the shift toward working from home, evaluating worker productivity, and making offices a “destination” for work.
Workers awaiting a go-ahead from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to sue their employers over allegations of discrimination will soon hear from the agency on next steps.
Walmart Inc. will pay $20 million and drop its use of physical abilities testing for grocery orderfillers at all U.S. distribution centers to resolve an EEOC suit alleging it results in discrimination against female applicants based on sex, federal court records show.
Temporary EEOC pilot programs focused on resolving discrimination allegations through mediation and conciliation have split workers’ rights advocates and management-side attorneys as questions linger about how the pilots will work.
Walmart Inc. might be one of the few big winners in the pandemic, having posted surging sales month after month, but that isn’t stopping the company from tightening its belt.
An EEOC proposal to curtail how much “official” job time union representatives can devote to federal employees’ discrimination complaints would undermine those workers’ rights, according to House Democrats.