As new data shows 1 in 500 Americans has died from COVID-19 and the delta variant continues to surge across the country, the next challenge many health care leaders face is within their own staffs: the 27% of of U.S. health care workers who have not been vaccinated against the disease as of July, according to a study by The COVID States Project.
If a conflict at one New York hospital over vaccine mandates for health care workers is any indication, the Biden administration’s new effort to mandate vaccines for millions of workers could be in for an uphill battle.
When Norma Jasso first started working from home in March 2020, she thought it was fun.
Richard Trumka, the longtime head of the powerful AFL-CIO and a close ally of Democratic Party leaders, has died. He was 72.
Amazon warehouse workers in Alabama may get a second chance to vote on whether to form the company’s first unionized warehouse in the United States.
New York will require all state employees to get vaccinated against the coronavirus by Labor Day or undergo weekly tests for COVID-19, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday.
OSHA has announced 59 citations and nearly $1 million in penalties after an investigation into a nitrogen leak at a poultry processing plant that killed six workers and injured at least a dozen others earlier this year.
The video game studio behind the hit franchises Call of Duty, World of Warcraft and Candy Crush is facing a civil lawsuit in California over allegations of gender discrimination, sexual harassment and potential violations of the state’s equal pay law.
As we move forward with vaccinations and deal with variants, many of us are still grappling with the ways that COVID-19 affects our lives.
Late last year, Erni Poché took a temporary job with the petition website Change.org.
Restaurant and hotel workers are quitting their jobs in record numbers even as wages are rising. Employers face a labor shortage.
In the wake of the pandemic, workers are quitting their jobs in record numbers. Some say they want to work less and enjoy life more. Others simply don’t want to sit in an office full-time.
Jonathan Caballero made a startling discovery last year. At 27, his hair was thinning. The software developer realized that life was passing by too quickly as he was hunkered down at home in Hyattsville, Md.
Many offices that have been closed since March 2020 are beginning to bring workers back, but not all companies think they need a return to the old ways.