A U.S. labor board has dismissed claims that Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) illegally fired employees working on Autopilot software at a New York factory to put an end to union organizing.
Millions of “gig” workers may get missed every month in the U.S. government’s employment report, a discrepancy with implications for how Federal Reserve officials size up the job market and any associated inflation risks.
Tech workers at the New York Times plan to strike for half a day on Monday, accusing the publisher of attempting to unilaterally force them back to the office.
Toyota Motor said Wednesday it is raising the wages of non-union U.S. factory workers just days after the United Auto Workers union won major pay and benefit hikes from the Detroit Three automakers.
Ford (F.N) executive chairman Bill Ford on Monday urged the United Auto Workers union to end a 32-day strike and reach a new labor agreement, and warned of the growing impact to the automaker and the U.S. economy.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) on Friday said it sued United Parcel Service (UPS.N) for disability discrimination, alleging the delivery firm refused to hire deaf or hearing-impaired individuals as drivers.
Elon Musk’s SpaceX has sued the U.S. government saying that the government’s administrative case accusing the rocket and satellite company of refusing to hire refugees and asylees violates the U.S. Constitution.
Walmart (WMT.N) is changing the hourly starting wage structure for entry-level store workers, as companies seek to reduce costs in a slowing job market.
U.S. employers have yet to ramp up layoffs as many economists have predicted, data out on Thursday showed in the latest indication of a job market refusing to buckle in the face of the Federal Reserve’s efforts to slow it down.
General Motors (GM.N) was ordered by a federal appeals court on Thursday to defend against claims by a Black safety supervisor, who said she endured years of racism and sexism at an upstate New York plant where other workers displayed Confederate flags and nooses.
A U.S. appeals court on Tuesday revived a Pennsylvania anti-harassment and anti-discrimination professional rule for lawyers, rejecting a lawsuit that challenged the rule as unconstitutional.
Requirement that bias claims involve ‘ultimate decisions’ tossed out
A federal appeals court on Tuesday refused to revive longtime umpire Angel Hernandez’s lawsuit accusing Major League Baseball of racial discrimination.
Many workers across the U.S. are turning to ChatGPT to help with basic tasks, a Reuters/Ipsos poll found, despite fears that have led employers such as Microsoft and Google to curb its use.
A conservative legal group on Wednesday urged a U.S. anti-discrimination agency to investigate Kellogg Co (K.N) over workplace diversity policies that it says are unlawful, and accused the cereal maker of sexualizing its products.