Some women at the company, founded by Elon Musk, described feelings of powerlessness and a failure by the company’s human resources office to discipline male employees.
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The owner of the Iowa Cubs gave employees $2,000 for every year they had been with the minor league baseball team, for a total of $600,000. “My jaw dropped,” one worker said.
Mayor Eric Adams of New York said on Sunday, his second day in office, that city workers might be required to get Covid vaccine booster shots.
Michelle Odinet, of the City Court of Lafayette, La., resigned on Friday, saying in a letter that “my words did not foster the public’s confidence and integrity for the judiciary.”
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Hoping to prevent further disruptions to daily life, the C.D.C. reduced the period that certain infected Americans must sequester.
Building owners may have saved on maintenance when their offices were dark, but new pandemic-related costs are being added to the bill.
Essential workers in New York State may, at the discretion of their employers, be allowed to return to work five days after testing positive for the coronavirus under a new policy announced by Gov. Kathy Hochul on Friday.
Facing staffing shortages, companies are weighing conflicting guidance on when employees who have tested positive for the coronavirus can safely return to work.
The agreement’s national scope and its concessions to organizing go further than any previous settlement that the e-commerce giant has made.
Saying they are overworked and underpaid, architects at a prominent New York firm want to unionize. Others could follow.
Companies are struggling to figure out what to do as legal battles and rising Covid cases complicate their plans. Even up in the air: What does “fully vaccinated” mean?
Government orders requiring coronavirus vaccinations have been expanding across the United States but have not provided the significant boost to state and local vaccination rates that some experts had hoped for, according to a New York Times analysis.