President Biden called on state and local governments to use COVID-19 relief funds to give $100 to residents who get vaccinated and said federal workers will have to show proof of vaccination or face new restrictions in the workplace, including complying with weekly testing.
Hundreds of Frito-Lay employees are back on the job this week after ratifying a new union contract that guarantees them one day off a week.
Jeff Bezos successfully visited the edge of space in his own rocket Tuesday. But when he returned, he thanked Amazon workers for paying for the trip—drawing the criticism of labor activists across the country. Mark Strassmann reports.
The pay gap between CEOs and the typical U.S. worker widened during the pandemic. Leaders of companies listed on the S&P 500-stock index earned an average of $15.5 million in 2020, a raise of more than $700,000 from the previous year, according to the AFL-CIO.
The NFL has fined the Washington Football Team $10 million and owner Dan Snyder is stepping away from day-to-day operations for several months after an independent investigation found the organization’s workplace “highly unprofessional,” especially for women.
The New York City Commission on Human Rights has fined Fox News $1 million, the largest penalty in its history, for violations of laws protecting against sexual harassment and job retaliation.
Businesses are handing out bonuses like it’s Christmas amid a hiring crunch, according to recent data from a payroll firm.
A big majority of Americans — nearly 8 in 10 — say the last 50 years have brought progress in ending discrimination against LGBTQ people. However, most also feel some discrimination still exists in society today.
At investment bank Morgan Stanley, customers come first — so long as they have received the COVID-19 vaccine.
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The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is now allowing private companies to require COVID-19 vaccines for most in-person employees.
Selina Smedley said she was expecting to have jobless aid through early September, a $300 weekly boost that has been helping her get by while her Dallas-area cleaning business remains far below pre-pandemic levels.
The Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear a legal battle involving one of the most offensive words in the English language, spurning a case raising whether its utterance in the workplace even one time creates a hostile work environment.
Gig companies have long argued that people who drive for Uber or deliver food for DoorDash aren’t employees but rather are self-employed — a vital legal distinction that allows many internet “platforms” to withhold benefits and take other steps to minimize their labor costs.