These key members of the workforce should learn how to use AI, hone other skills for their career and ensure they get hands-on experience in their profession.
Many workers’ nightmares could be a reality after one entrepreneur claimed that managers can see everything their employees do on Microsoft Teams, a practice that Microsoft has condemned.
A healthcare provider must pay a total of $625,000 to Black and Hispanic nurses and other non-white female staff after a review found it had discriminated against them.
Social media users have responded with anger after the Department of Labor slapped Caterpillar Inc. with a fine of just $145,027 on Wednesday, following an investigation that found the life of an employee could have been saved had the “required safety protections” been in place.
Culture is often the backbone of the company, and it’s strengthened by making every employee know they are valued.
Internet commenters were stunned after one former receptionist revealed why she was terminated by her previous employer.
With digital transformation accelerating and remote work becoming the new norm, understanding identity security in the workplace is becoming even more critical.
Quiet quitting” may be a trending topic on social media, but U.S. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh says it hasn’t come up in his talks with employers.
I used to be liberal.
Four oil and gas pipeline companies operating in Texas and New Mexico will pay $1.75 million to settle a harassment and retaliation lawsuit, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) said on Monday.
A now-viral video showing a snippet of a workplace training lesson about gender discrimination and sexual harassment has divided viewers.
A viral Reddit post has prompted thousands of online commenters to share the awful things their bosses have said to them at one point in their careers.
When my employees and I started to emerge out of our COVID-19 cocoons, none of us really knew how to navigate the transition back to the office. What I understood when I looked at my team, though, was the overwhelming level of loss.
The internet has slammed a company for wanting to remove chairs because workers were “too comfortable” during breaks.
Workers at an Apple store in Maryland are celebrating after voting on Saturday to become the tech giant’s first unionized store in the U.S.