JBS USA LLC and the EEOC agreed to settle the agency’s decade-old religious, race, and national origin bias lawsuit alleging the meatpacker denied prayer breaks to and otherwise mistreated Somali Muslim employees at a Greeley, Colo., plant, federal court records show.
Bank of America Corp. will boost its minimum hourly wage to $25 an hour by 2025 from a current $20, according to its Chief Executive Officer Brian Moynihan.
Workplaces that have committed to boosting the ranks of Black workers are now facing a major hurdle to keeping them.
Robert Collier says nearly every day he saw the “N-word” carved into the wall of the elevator he took to the cafeteria of the Dallas hospital where he worked. In a storage room, a pair of swastikas were painted two feet high on the wall where the tools he used were kept.
The post-pandemic workplace risks being complex for bosses to run and unsatisfying for employees.
The only consensus right now is that there isn’t one.
Rule and policy changes in the Labor Department’s worker protection agencies in the first 100 days of the Biden administration reveal strong signals about where the agency is headed, says Chris Wilkinson, senior counsel at Perkins Coie.
Boeing Co. has fired 65 employees and disciplined another 53 for racist, discriminatory and hateful conduct since Chief Executive Officer Dave Calhoun vowed “zero tolerance” in June.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said he’s eager to tell his side of the sexual-harassment scandal threatening him.
Former EEOC General Counsel Eric S. Dreiband, now a partner with Jones Day, looks at recent changes at EEOC and the impact of the firing of its general counsel.
Observers say a standard is coming soon; here’s what it might look like.
Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc.’s five most-senior executives received an additional $64.4 million of awards last year after the company’s board tweaked bonus calculations to exclude abysmal sales from the first few months of the pandemic lockdown.
The pandemic has seen a monumental shift in where and how people do their jobs. Bloomberg’s Anna Edwards dives into what the future of work looks like.
Investor pressure could help companies do more to promote workplace fairness than relying on the dubious benefits of unconscious bias training.