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.
Sept. 1 marked the first day of the payroll tax deferral, a temporary suspension of the 6.2% tax employees pay toward Social Security. It’s in effect through the end of the year.
In a memo sent Wednesday from Goldman CEO David Solomon and his top deputies, the bank alerted its workforce that it was preparing for more employees to return to its offices around the world.
Sept. 1 was the first day of President Donald Trump’s payroll tax deferral, a temporary suspension of the 6.2% Social Security tax that employees cover. It’s in effect until the end of the year.
Last month, more than a dozen women came forward with allegations to The Washington Post.
The shift to remote work has given rise to a workforce suffering from loneliness and isolationism.
More than 3.5 million Americans are full, or part-time, public school teachers— and 76 percent of that workforce is female.
Researchers said the company ignored their work and then stopped them from pursuing topics related to bias altogether.
Retailers, analysts and trade groups say the pandemic could change the size and makeup of the retail industry for years to come.