Suspect Chunli Zhao, 66, is the only person suspected in the carnage that unfolded in the picturesque oceanfront town on Monday, officials said.
A federal judge sided with religiously affiliated universities in a case where LGBTQ students alleged Title IX exemptions allowed them to face discrimination.
Workers at the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen voted for the deal, but the SMART-TD union voted it down. If a deal is not reached, workers could strike by Dec. 9
“It’s unacceptable in 2022 that Black Americans and other minorities still face discrimination based on something so trivial as whether or not they have textured or curly hair,” the vice mayor said.
Pew Research found that most Americans believe workplace harassers and abusers are more likely to be held accountable today compared with five years ago.
A Gallup survey suggests workers are increasingly bothered by a lack of clarity about expectations, fewer opportunities to grow and not feeling cared about.
“We believe that Apple should encourage, not prohibit, flexible work to build a more diverse and successful company where we can feel comfortable to ‘think different’ together,” the petition said.
The Justice Department is investigating possible workplace safety issues at Amazon warehouses and whether injuries were hidden from inspectors.
The Covid-19 pandemic has created a significant shift in the workforce, with many women feeling the effects of the ‘burnout epidemic,’ and trying to navigate the issue of a balanced work and personal life. NBC News’ Ali Vitali reports.
Workers at a Staten Island Amazon facility are set to hold a vote on whether to form a union after a separate Amazon warehouse successfully voted to unionize earlier this month. NBC News’ Antonia Hylton has the details.
We don’t need to overanalyze it. It came down to genuine solidarity that the Amazon Labor Union organizing committee built among themselves and their co-workers.
Facing full-court pressure from critics, Adams on Friday emphasized that he was simply closing a loophole from the last administration
Some workers say generous benefits like IVF coverage don’t make up for low wages.
The Postal Service had a net loss of $4.9 billion last year and operating revenue of $77 billion, it says.
Edward Parker’s employers docked him nearly $4,000 for the Dec. 4, 2020, robbery, according to the suit.