The pandemic has been brutal for the nation’s food and hotel workers, thousands of whom have lost their jobs.
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I’ve always been told by colleagues at various employers that if you have difficulties with your supervisor, you shouldn’t bother going to HR. People have told me that it’s HR’s job to protect the organization and your manager, even if he or she is a bully or violating policies and laws.
Dear Boss: I work as an assistant for the development team of a nonprofit. I’ve been in this role five years.
My boss has announced that while we’re all working from home, the entire company will now be spending the whole work day on a Zoom call with video.
When something impacts your team’s work, there can be an argument for having a onetime, discreet conversation with your manager.
The former CEO of McDonald’s not only sexted a subordinate but carried on a sexual relationship with an employee before he was fired, a new lawsuit alleges.
Dear Boss: For the past seven years, I’ve worked for a small marketing agency with five full-time employees and two partners who own the businesses.
I work for a medium-sized company that has recently grown its staff exponentially.