A jarring survey shows worry amongst workers about what the new year might entail.
Climbing food and housing prices aren’t the only costs causing consumers to dig deeper into their pockets these days. Insurance premiums are forcing them to shell out more money, too.
Lizzo facing new lawsuit from former employee alleging harassment, discrimination
Lizzo is facing another lawsuit from a former employee who alleges that the entertainer condoned a hostile work environment in which staff were subjected to harassment, discrimination and bullying. Asha Daniels, a wardrobe designer who worked on Lizzo’s tour earlier this year, filed the new complaint in Los Angeles Superior Court on Thursday, the same day Lizzo was expected to receive the Quincy Jones Humanitarian Award from the Black Music Action Coalition.
The slight but steady increase in COVID-19 infections in recent weeks has led to a jump in reported workplace outbreaks of the virus, Los Angeles County public health officials said Thursday.
Some companies are reassigning workers in a way that’s sending them mixed messages. Emails informing employees that their current job role has been eliminated, but that they have not been fired, are leaving those staff members with feelings of confusion, fear and anger.
Audio transcripts filed in a New York court as part of a former employee’s lawsuit against Rudy Giuliani depict him making sexually vulgar remarks to her as well as expletive-strewn comments on topics ranging from Jewish men to the movie star Matt Damon.
It’s being called the “hot labor summer.” From Hollywood to hotels, workers have been walking off the job — recent data from Cornell University shows around 119,000 U.S. workers were on strike as of May.
Free lunch and game nights and live concerts — oh boy!
Loud music in public settings can spark social disputes.
Staying mentally and physically healthy through all the demands and dynamics at work is something the U.S. Surgeon General is prioritizing.
It may be back to the office at Credit Karma’s headquarters in Oakland, California, but it’s not business as usual for senior manager Lupe Romo, who is working on his pool game.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams signed into law a bill Friday which bans discrimination based on height and weight in employment, housing and public accommodations.
Even as job openings have receded from their peak and layoffs cascade in some industries, one saving grace of the labor market is the plethora of open positions, with 1.8 openings for every American who is looking to get hired.
Most remote workers may not have as much privacy as they might think while doing their jobs from home.
The exit interview is a standard part of most employee off-boarding processes, and it’s designed to benefit the company.