More than 60 percent of workers are expected to return to Manhattan offices in September as the city recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic — but many have expressed concern about transit safety, a survey of CEOs found.
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A video director for the New York Giants claims he was fired in retaliation for reporting that his immediate supervisor attacked an underling – contributing to a “pattern and culture of violence in the workplace.”
President Joe Biden is traveling to Virginia and Louisiana this week to pitch his American Jobs Plan — also called an “infrastructure” plan. New bridges, safer highways and more broadband are easy sells. But that’s only half the story.
Tech firms are returning to business models that focus on products and profits rather than politics and causes. Well, two are, anyway.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Friday refused to say whether he would resign from office — or would still run for re-election — despite multiple allegations of sexual harassment including unwanted touching and inappropriate comments.
I started a new job at a large company with a very “in-your-face” culture.
Last year, my employer said that I could work remotely permanently, but now that staff are returning to the office, they are saying I have to come back too.
The allegations about Cuomo are causing debate among my co-workers. We spend most of our waking hours with our work colleagues.
I’m tired of the hypocrisy of calls for Governor Cuomo to step down because of allegations that he made a joke about eating a sausage, or tried to kiss someone.
Is it worth risking offending her if I bring this to her attention, or should I just grin and bear it since she seems happy with my work?
Employees have been working from their homes for so long, some companies are planning offices that will look more like home.
My boss is very pushy and is mandating that we come back to the office with only a week’s notice and get the vaccine.
Surveys indicate that many people are hesitant to get the vaccine for various reasons.
The FBI has investigated at least six internal sexual misconduct allegations involving top brass over the last five years — but none of the accused officials ever faced discipline, even when the reports were substantiated, an Associated Press probe found.
A former marketing executive was chastised by his bosses for being “too American,” wearing khaki pants to work and being too old, according to an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission complaint.