Cuts forewarned by Elon Musk in early June are reportedly being implemented at Tesla, with employees who began work just weeks or months ago being let go, and employment offers withdrawn.
The NFL and six of its teams have formally moved in a New York court to force a lawsuit alleging that they engaged in racial discrimination into arbitration where NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell would be the arbitrator.
The House Oversight and Reform Committee is blasting Washington Commanders owner Dan Snyder after he declined to testify at an upcoming hearing on workplace misconduct claims related to the NFL franchise, saying he has a business conflict in France.
A Tesla investor filed a suit against CEO Elon Musk on Thursday over claims the company failed to respond to harassment and discrimination complaints, the latest in a tough week for the billionaire, who fired a handful of employees who complained about Musk’s “embarrass[ing]” behavior, and faced off with Twitter employees in their first meeting since the site’s board approved Musk’s $44 billion takeover bid.
U.S. President Joe Biden will attend a union convention in Philadelphia on Tuesday as he seeks to deepen relationships with organized labor and improve his approval ratings and popularity among Democrats, which have taken a hit recently.
Google said on Sunday that it was “very pleased” to be settling, without admission of wrongdoing, a class-action lawsuit that argued it underpaid female employees and assigned them lower-ranking positions.
A U.K. woman’s sexual harassment claims against her coworker have been dismissed after a particularly racy message was pinned on spellcheck.
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced on May 18 the availability of 35,000 additional H-2B visas, or temporary nonagricultural worker visas, for businesses “that are suffering or will surfer impending irreparable harm” without the ability to hire non-citizen workers.
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Lost in the kerfuffle over Elon Musk’s memos about Tesla executives’ return to work—knocking “some remote pseudo office” and tweeting that those who prefer remote work should “pretend to work” elsewhere—was that the missives weren’t just about where work should take place.
The Mississippi attorney general is deciding whether to file a lawsuit to recover $2.3 million in public money that the state auditor said was misspent by a community college and some business leaders.
A return on investment, or ROI, is a key term used by business leaders as they assess the bottom line.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Washington Commanders owner Daniel Snyder have been invited by the House Oversight and Reform Committee to testify on allegations that have been made against Snyder that his franchise has a hostile work environment.
A federal judge in Texas has blocked a university from re-implementing an anti–discrimination policy and sided with a conservative group who argued it was a violation of the free speech protections of the First Amendment.
A former employee of a Denny’s in Brandon who said he dealt with “severe and pervasive slurs” about Mexicans and other Hispanics will receive $45,000 after the franchise’s owner settled an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission lawsuit.