After eight years of stops and starts, a new ‘common sense’ bill will provide pregnant women with clear protections at work.
New York Times
Career websites are seeing a mismatch between what employers and the rest of us want in jobs.
In his first public appearance since a series of harassment allegations surfaced, Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York said he had “learned an important lesson.”
Many employers are not making a decision until many workers are vaccinated. And some are making plans for “hybrid” work arrangements.
The unionization struggle at a year-old warehouse in Alabama will help shape the future of work.
The attorney general’s investigation into Gov. Andrew Cuomo will give her far-ranging subpoena powers to request documents and call witnesses, including the governor himself.
A vote on whether to form a union at the e-commerce giant’s warehouse in Bessemer, Ala., has become a labor showdown, drawing the attention of N.F.L. players, and the White House.
For much of the past year, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s profile appeared to be rising.
The politics of a $15 minimum wage are increasingly muddled, but some Republicans are gravitating toward a higher base pay, citing the economic needs of working-class Americans.
The chief executive of Costco waded into the political debate over the federal minimum wage, testifying at a Senate hearing on Thursday that the retailer was raising its starting pay to $16 an hour.
A survey found that 5.6 percent of adults described themselves as L.G.B.T. in 2020, up from 4.5 percent in 2017.
“The Times is a difficult environment for many of our colleagues,” the report found. People of color described “unsettling and sometimes painful day-to-day workplace experiences.”
When the police arrived, they found the man with his hands bound behind his back by a belt and a bandanna “stuffed in his mouth” in Coolidge, Ariz.
In saying the quiet parts out loud, Kevin Mather inflamed tension between the players’ union and teams. He resigned, but his words will resonate.
An updated forecast by the Bureau of Labor Statistics has alarming news for people with a high school diploma or less.