From anxiety over catching the coronavirus to fears of losing flexibility gained while working from home, many workers do not want to go back to their pre-pandemic ways.
The votes on whether to form a union at Amazon’s sprawling Alabama fulfillment center are set to be reviewed starting on Tuesday.
One year after many office workers were sent home due to the Covid pandemic, executives face big questions about how much space is truly needed.
New Jersey’s Supreme Court ruled unanimously Tuesday that a police department’s policy toward female officers who sought lighter workloads while pregnant violated state law.
It gets exhausting saying the same things over and over but seeing nothing change. I’m glad people are still angry — and I will be again soon, too.
New York GOP lawmakers Monday moved to try to impeach Gov. Andrew Cuomo, as the state’s attorney general appointed a former federal prosecutor and an employment lawyer to lead the investigation into claims Cuomo sexually harassed several women.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit alleging that the NFL’s massive concussion settlement discriminates against retired players on the basis of race.
“I can think of 10 people that I know of in the last year that have gone on mental health leave because of the way they were treated,” said one employee.
Canada is now seen as the most desirable destination for overseas workers when it comes to choosing a country to relocate to, a global survey has found, knocking the U.S. off top spot.
Returning to work after a gap in employment can seem daunting.
To understand how the coronavirus is redefining modern-day architecture, the NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit spoke with top architects whose clients are some of the most recognizable companies in the world including Google, Apple, Nike, Gucci, and more.
Still fresh off of a landmark victory in California, companies like DoorDash, Instacart, Lyft and Uber are preparing to bring their message supporting an independent workforce nationwide.
“Working mothers are an enormous asset to any organization,” says Marissa Evans Alden, co-founder and CEO of Sawyer. “You should position your news as a blessing not only to you personally, but to the team professionally.”
The new Workplace Justice Unit aims to better protect San Diego County laborers from “dishonest employers”
Some large corporations are paying employees to get a Covid-19 vaccine shot, including Target, McDonald’s and Kroger.