The Fire Department has long faced allegations of discrimination. But after George Floyd’s murder, a thread of racist messages renewed concerns about the department’s racial climate.
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Heidi Shierholz is not a fan of noncompete agreements, which many employers require new hires to sign.
Two months after introducing a pioneering coronavirus vaccine requirement for all of its workers, the food-processing giant details its progress.
The top lawyer at the National Labor Relations Board signaled that private universities should not treat those who compete in college sports as “mere ‘student-athletes.’”
Amazon has settled with two of its most prominent internal critics, staving off a public hearing over accusations that the company illegally fired the pair, lawyers for the parties told an administrative judge on Wednesday.
The move came after a donor to former President Donald J. Trump said that Mr. Lewandowski had made unwanted sexual advances and touched her inappropriately.
Hundreds of sought-after nurses are leaving some U.S. hospitals that have established vaccine requirements for all employees, involving some protests and legal opposition. But most workers, especially at large hospital chains, appear to be complying with the policies.
As offices debate the merits and logistics of reopening, a parallel sphere of workers like Peter Naughton, a Walmart cashier, seem to inhabit another world. Often their jobs just got really hard
Congress is designing a policy as part of Democrats’ safety net spending plan. Evidence from around the world suggests what works and what doesn’t.
Though many hospital and nursing home employees remain unvaccinated, officials say worst-case staffing shortages seem less likely.
Tens of thousands of New York State health care workers could lose their jobs if they refuse to get a Covid shot by Monday. In Australia, Sydney charts a path to ending a prolonged lockdown.
Gov. Kathy C. Hochul said New York would work with hospitals to address potential staffing shortages as a mandate requiring health care workers to have received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine goes into effect.
With a Monday deadline looming, thousands of health care workers in the state are risking their jobs by not getting a coronavirus vaccine.
Monday is the vaccination deadline for New York State health care workers. Thousands of refusers have failed to meet it, and some reject the medical consensus.
A package of legislation from the City Council set minimum pay and working conditions, placing New York at the forefront of regulating a multibillion-dollar industry.