The head of a federal civil rights agency has ordered a review of its Dallas district office following a USA TODAY investigation revealing widespread complaints of internal discrimination.
As we return to the office and navigate the post-pandemic workplace, employers will need to take a close look at the type of employee experiences they deliver.
New York City’s road to recovery takes another significant milestone step on Monday when an estimated 80,000 municipal workers are scheduled to return to their offices for the first time in over a year after the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered most buildings last March.
Q: I run a small nonprofit with fewer than 10 people. We’ve been working from home for a year, but now everyone — except one person — has gotten their vaccine and we are eager to get back in person. So, what can I do about the holdout?
New York City is suing Chipotle Mexican Grill, alleging that the company violated a law that requires fast food chains to give their employees more predictable, less hectic schedules.
Nonessential workers returning to their offices are now discovering tangible evidence of daily life before soft pants and Zoom meetings became ascendant.
The National Labor Relations Board will hold a hearing on May 7 on the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union’s challenge to the Amazon union election in Alabama, according to the RWDSU.
At a time when organized labor is coping with a high-profile vote against unionization at an Amazon fulfillment center, union leaders in search of selling points about joining their ranks received one.
This generation is changing how we communicate at work– and that’s a good thing.
By now you’ve probably heard that the pandemic has hit certain groups more than others.
Side hustles are hardly a new thing, but in the wake of the pandemic, they may become more popular. In fact, 53% of workers now have or intend to have a second source of income
Rhett Lindsey, a former Facebook employee, says the tech giant has a diversity problem when it comes to hiring.
The state Legislature may require employers to create a workplace safety plan related to infectious diseases.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, there have been countless headlines indicating that companies won’t require their employees to work in offices anymore and that remote work will become the new industry standard.