The $900 billion Covid relief law extends unemployment benefits in two programs (PUA and PEUC) by up to 15 weeks.
Deputy Inspector James Kobel has been suspended for 30 days without pay and a spokesperson confirmed an internal disciplinary process is underway
Alphabet workers’ union announcement Monday represents a tipping point for employees at the Google parent company.
The Expanding COVID-19 Testing Capacity Act of 2020 would require HHS to ensure there are enough testing kits and supplies.
Federal prosecutors Monday announced a proposed civil settlement with the United Auto Workers regarding a multiyear corruption probe.
Hospitals have been grappling with how to distribute the first scarce shots. Their plans vary broadly.
The U.S. has never seen remote work at the scale it’s being done today. And since it can benefit employers and the broader society, the costs should be shared.
Faith Booker spent Election Night closely watching the votes come in, not only for the presidential race, but for a Florida ballot initiative that could change her life: increasing the minimum wage.
McDonald’s is asking a judge to dismiss a racial discrimination lawsuit filed by 52 former franchisees.
Companies like Cisco are reimagining the future of work due to the move towards a more remote workforce during the coronavirus pandemic.
Shaun Simmons claims he was harassed and denied a promotion with the online giant after telling his boss he was pregnant.
Experts in racial equity training and civil rights history say the move is a pre-election stunt.