In a “Fox & Friends” interview, President Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser also criticized protesters as more concerned with what he called “virtue signaling” than in coming up with “solutions.”
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Diversity and inclusion programs for elites are tokens. A large wage increase that would most benefit the Black working class is far better.
A memo tells officials to hold back on news releases about enforcement decisions, saying they can linger unfairly online if citations are overturned.
Workers at Amazon are calling on groups around the country to help shut down Amazon warehouses temporarily on Halloween if the company does not give all its employees a paid day off to vote.
The move would give the president greater freedom to weed out what he sees as a “deep state” bureaucracy.
With temporary layoffs turning permanent and career paths derailed, economists say a new coronavirus wave could derail the recovery.
Providing more Americans with portable health care, portable pensions and opportunities for lifelong learning is what politics needs to be about post-Nov. 3.
A future without chats in the office kitchen seems pretty lonely.
The findings confirm years of complaints that women have made against the department for perpetuating a culture of harassment and mishandling claims of misconduct.
Ultranauts has been developing creative ways to hire, manage and motivate a far-flung and diverse work force for seven years.
Costs are expected to rise about 4 to 5 percent, in line with increases in recent years, as employers seek to avoid adding to their workers’ stress.
Also: Dealing with an office mean girl and campaigning for the pay you deserve.
The five women say they are paid tens of thousands of dollars less than men with similar qualifications. The university says it is “committed to pay equity.”
The biggest U.S. retail trade group will offer the Covid-19 Customer Conflict Prevention credential to help de-escalate disputes.
A U.S. Department of Labor review of staff wages from 2012 to 2014 found disparities between male and female professors.