Is it time to pay employers to train workers?
Pressure for diversity weighs on Biden’s Labor secretary decision
The president-elect favors Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, but the push to increase minority representation in the Cabinet could steer him elsewhere.
California labor secretary in serious contention for Biden Cabinet
California’s labor secretary began her legal career fighting for Thai garment workers held captive in a Los Angeles sweatshop. Decades later, she’s in serious contention to join the Biden administration as secretary of the U.S. Labor Department, according to sources familiar with transition discussions.
Unions disagree over Biden’s Labor secretary pick
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka and some of his organization’s largest affiliate unions are getting behind Boston Mayor Marty Walsh. But others are pushing Rep. Andy Levin.
What the workplace will look like under a Biden White House
The U.S. workplace will look much different with Joe Biden in the Oval Office — with some significant changes possible even if Republicans maintain a majority in the Senate.
What a Biden victory will mean for the American workforce
The scope of what Biden can accomplish could be limited by the Senate.
Bernie Sanders makes a play for Biden Labor secretary
The Vermont senator is interested in joining Joe Biden’s Cabinet, should his former primary rival defeat President Donald Trump.
California expands family leave protections to millions of small business workers
Gov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday extended job protections to millions of workers at small businesses in California if they need time off to care for themselves, a child or another relative.
‘A disgrace’: Former employee blasts Fed’s workplace culture
Powell emphasized that the Fed has made it a “very high priority to have as diverse and inclusive an organization as we can.”
Fox News and hosts sued in sexual harassment suit
Ed Henry is accused of rape, and Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson and Howard Kurtz are alleged to have committed sexual harassment.