Delta Air Lines announced this week it would introduce a $200 health-insurance surcharge for workers not vaccinated against COVID-19
‘If you’re going to air these grievances, are you prepared to fully own the consequences?’ says one executive coach
With the recent rise of the Delta variant, many major American companies are now requiring full-time employees to get vaccinated before returning to the office.
The decision by Simone Biles to not compete in the Tokyo Olympics also speaks to the broader issues that millions of workers face
Workers appear to have gained newfound leverage as the economy recovers from the pandemic recession and businesses reopen
Most employers so far have shied away from mandating COVID-19 shots
In some cases ‘pay transparency reduces the bargaining power of employees,’ according to research circulated by the National Bureau of Economic Research.
Percentage of job seekers, employees shown to be using the drug climbs as legalization expands
‘Unemployed workers send over 10 times as many job applications in a month as their employed peers, but are less than half as likely per application to make a move’
U.S. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh sent massive ripples through the “gig economy” last week by stating that he believes gig workers should be classified as employees instead of independent contractors “in a lot of cases.”
Caregivers are crucial to the nation’s infrastructure and need business and government support
Alphabet must let workers at data center in South Carolina talk about pay and work conditions and discuss joining a union after suspension of pro-union contract worker led to NLRB complaint
Some 20% of all survey respondents said they’ve been harassed online due to their politics — up from 14% three years earlier
Nearly half of Americans can’t afford to retire—here are some ideas for keeping them employed
‘This guidance makes it very clear that employers have the law on their side’