Even with coronavirus vaccinations, not all employees want to return to the office right away.
The $900 billion Covid relief law gives workers an extra 11 weeks of unemployment benefits through March 14.
Despite a delay in signing the most recent piece of coronavirus relief legislation into law, the U.S. Department of Labor “does not anticipate” that there will be a lapse in unemployment benefits for claimants in the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) and Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC) programs, a spokesperson for the agency tells CNBC Make It.
Today, 1 in 4 women are considering downshifting their careers or leaving the workforce entirely due to burnout, according to the McKinsey & Co. Women in the Workplace study.
As the U.S. presidential election draws near, it’s seemingly inevitable that the topic of politics will come up at work. According to a February Glassdoor poll of over 1,200 employed adults, 57% of workers say they have talked about politics while on the job — even though 60% say they “believe discussing politics at work is unacceptable.”
Target said it will spend more than $70 million on another round of employee bonuses during the coronavirus pandemic.
Amazon on Thursday released comprehensive data into the spread of the coronavirus across its workforce.
Google’s recent $310 million settlement includes more than 80 updates or changes to its handling of sexual misconduct, discrimination and retaliation cases, the settlement filing shows.
What will the post-Covid workplace look like? Steelcase is one of the largest manufacturers of office furniture — desks, chairs, storage products and office pods — and they have a lot of ideas.
52 Black former McDonald’s franchisees are suing the company for racial discrimination.
From the period of 2020-29, the economy is expected to add a net 6 million new jobs, an annual growth rate of just 0.4%, the Labor Department said.
A lot of older workers do not have a pension or 401(k) plan to draw money from when they retire.