Over the past several months, high-profile organizations — from The Ellen DeGeneres Show to Bon Appetit to the Washington Football Team — have been the subjects of editorial exposesfor having toxic workplace cultures.
Amazon says more than 19,000 workers got Covid-19
Amazon on Thursday released comprehensive data into the spread of the coronavirus across its workforce.
Google’s $310 million sexual harassment settlement aims to set new industry standards
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.
As Ellen DeGeneres fights claims of a toxic workplace, here are 3 signs you work in one
On Monday, Ellen DeGeneres addressed allegations made by former employees that her long-running talk show, “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” had an internal culture of racism, fear, and intimidation as well as sexual harassment.
What the post-coronavirus workplace might look like
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 former franchisees sue McDonald’s for racial discrimination
52 Black former McDonald’s franchisees are suing the company for racial discrimination.
Job growth expected to slow sharply over the next decade, Labor Department says
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.
Many older workers entered the pandemic with little saved toward retirement. Here’s how they can improve their finances now
A lot of older workers do not have a pension or 401(k) plan to draw money from when they retire.
Uber and Lyft’s California labor law battle is far from over
Uber and Lyft got their way on Thursday when an appeals court ruled to extend a stay on an order requiring them to reclassify drivers as employees.
Amazon launches neighborhood health clinics for warehouse workers
Amazon is launching neighborhood health care clinics for warehouse workers and their families.
Two-thirds of laid off workers eligible for benefits that exceed their wages: NBER paper
About two-thirds of workers displaced by the coronavirus can receive higher wages than they were receiving on the job, according to a National Bureau of Economic Research paper.
Virtual reality is booming in the workplace amid the pandemic. Here’s why
Once again the era of virtual and augmented reality might be upon us.