The flexibility to work from home or any location that suits the employee, improved work-life balance through systematic and structural changes, and empathy and psychological safety from the manager are some key changes employees want in their workplace post-Covid-19.
Suppose you work from home at least once a week, but your boss instructed you to physically show up at the office full-time, starting August 1st.
If you’re one of the millions of Americans considering a job move right now, recruiters are on a tear to find you.
If your workplace constantly leaves you feeling overwhelmed, burnt-out, on edge and emotionally numb, you aren’t alone.
Workplaces that don’t prioritise mental health, fail to acknowledge and reward hard work, and place unreasonable demands on employees increase workers’ risk of depression by 300%, a year-long study conducted in Australia has found.
New Jersey is poised to protect residents 70 and older from being forced out of a job simply because of their age.
For two years, John White has been trying to get a permanent job at the company where he’s a contractor, but his applications to open positions there have been rejected five times.
A city in Southern California is using stimulus money to get hazard pay bonuses into the pockets of essential workers.
Some Houston Methodist employees are taking the hospital to court over its requirement that all workers get vaccinated against COVID-19.
As vaccination progresses and epidemiological traffic lights change from yellow to green, the return to the routine that we had before March 2020 seems closer.
As COVID-19 vaccines become more readily available, some workplaces are now requiring them for employees, something that experts said is legal, but there are some exemptions.
Amazon.com Inc. was hit Wednesday with lawsuits from five women alleging harassment, discrimination and retaliation.
State Representative Candace Newell (D) says she, along with many women like to wear their hair in a more natural style.
Delta Air Lines, Inc. (NYSE: DAL) has announced a new corporate mandate requiring all future employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 before joining the company.
As more people get vaccinated and COVID-19 case counts decline, employers are starting to think about when and how to safely get their workers back in the office.