The lawsuit alleged that the show’s director of photography “subjected male crew members to … unwanted touching and caressing, and made unwelcome and threatening comments.”
Workers without sick pay or family leave quit during the pandemic more than those who had benefits, House report shows
Democrats renew calls for universal paid sick leave in a new congressional report linking low wages and scant paid leave to heightened attrition and recruiting challenges during the pandemic.
Biden promotes plan to protect millions of workers’ pensions
As many as 3 million workers and retirees who faced pension cuts because of investment losses will get the benefits they were set to receive.
Nursing home settles historic transgender discrimination complaint
Legal experts say the settlement signals to other assisted living facilities that they must abide by laws that bar discrimination against transgender people.
NY Passes Anti-Harassment Laws Sparked by Cuomo Investigation
Employees can now file complaints of retaliation with the attorney general, who could launch a proceeding in state court against employers who violate the law
Covid and remote work changed the workplace. Now let’s change the work week — to 4 days.
More hours don’t mean more work. In fact, fewer working hours can add the urgency and motivation needed to get the job done.
That home office might be here to stay: Companies prepare for much longer reality of remote work
After what could be two full years of working at home, there is a growing disconnect between employees reluctant to return to their desks and executives pushing to get them back — and that is exacerbating the challenges businesses are having attracting and keeping people in a white-hot labor market.
Nabisco workers say their strike is “a fight for the American middle class”
Nabisco workers now walking picket lines in four U.S. states say their first strike in 52 years is about keeping what they already had as employees producing Oreo cookies, Ritz crackers and other snacks for the global food conglomerate.
Many Americans workers have an edge over employers right now. But not everyone.
A pandemic-tightened labor market has given willing and able workers more of an upper hand with their employers for the first time in generations.
Employees gain more power in the workplace during Covid pandemic
As the number of jobs available exceeds the number of unemployed people, the American worker gains the upper hand in the workplace amid the ongoing pandemic.
From pay to visibility, bosses have ways to get remote workers back
Two-thirds of managers said employees who work remotely are easier to replace than people who show up at the office every day.
In-depth look at changing workplace in aftermath of pandemic
In what’s being called “The Great Resignation,” Americans are reevaluating their lives and quitting their jobs in record numbers. Now some companies are adjusting policies and offering perks to attract employees and satisfy demands.
Why hot-desking is a terrible idea
Disrupting any routine tends to make us tense.
Biden DOJ updates court filing after LGBTQ backlash in religious discrimination lawsuit
The administration revised language that said it shared the same “objective” as religious universities accused of discriminating against LGBTQ students.
Justices Consider Hearing a Case on Racial Slurs in the Workplace
The case asks whether a single use of a racial slur in the workplace can create a hostile work environment, giving an employee the ability to pursue a case under Title VII of the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964