When an elderly resident at an assisted living facility in Texas returned from the hospital after a surgery, she needed round-the-clock care — and the management put six workers on the case.
Labor Day celebrates America’s labor movement and the blood, sweat and toil of its workers.
Memorial Day came. We celebrated. We burst out of our suffocating homes with a damn-the-torpedoes surge, eager to see the places, family and friends we’d been yearning for during those smothering weeks of isolation.
The White House is formally declaring teachers essential workers as part of their efforts to encourage schools around the country to reopen for in-person learning.
Amazon (AMZN) said Tuesday it plans to hire 3,500 additional workers in cities across the United States.
If you were at work and one of your colleagues made a racist remark, would you challenge it or let it pass?
States can count their existing payments toward their $100 match of unemployment benefits under the plan announced by President Donald Trump on Saturday, according to a Department of Labor guidance obtained by CNN.
Ousted McDonald’s CEO Steve Easterbrook lied to the board about the extent of his relationships with employees, the company alleged in a new lawsuit. He misled investigators about engaging in physical sexual relationships with three employees in the year before his ouster, according to the documents.
Last month, some employees at L’Oreal’s New York office learned they would go back into the office after months of working from home.
During the coronavirus pandemic, essential workers have been putting their lives at risk to keep our hospitals, grocery stores and public transportation running. So Pennsylvania is providing a bit of help to help them through these difficult times.
Chronic stress can change your brain. Experiencing racism could make it worse.
Verizon hasn’t laid off any of its 135,000 employees during the pandemic. Instead, the company has retrained around 20,000 workers for new careers.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday threw out two job bias lawsuits brought by teachers against their religious employers, reaffirming that religious institutions and schools have a First Amendment right to select their employees.