Vermont store manager allegedly harassed teens, others for five years
House Appropriations Committee, in report, seeks judiciary workplace reforms
A growing number of large U.S. companies have said they will cover travel costs for employees who must leave their home states to get abortions, but these new policies could expose businesses to lawsuits and even potential criminal liability, legal experts said.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday said the state of Washington could not in a 2018 law lower the bar for federal contractors who work at a decomissioned nuclear weapons plant to receive workers’ compensation benefits.
A Black former elevator operator at Tesla Inc’s (TSLA.O) flagship California assembly plant on Tuesday rejected a $15 million award in his lawsuit alleging racial abuse by coworkers, opening the door for a new trial after a judge slashed a $137 million jury verdict.
U.S. President Joe Biden said he was “proud” of Apple Inc (AAPL.O) workers in Maryland who voted on Saturday to join a union, becoming the first retail employees of the tech giant to unionize in the United States.
A Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) shareholder sued the electric car maker, Chief Executive Elon Musk and its board, accusing them of neglecting to tackle complaints about workplace discrimination and harassment, and engendering a “toxic workplace culture.”
Tesla Inc cannot pause a California civil rights agency’s lawsuit alleging widespread race discrimination at an assembly plant while the electric carmaker separately challenges the agency’s ability to sue employers, a judge ruled on Wednesday.
Every company committed to diversifying its workforce should pay attention to Joseph DiBenedetto’s age, gender and race discrimination lawsuit against AT&T Services Inc, his former employer.
Workers who sue over transfers don’t have to show harm, court says
Karla Gilbride has won key cases involving mandatory arbitration
Tech and financial companies leading efforts to cut climate changing emissions are finding a new challenge from remote work: the CO2 spewing out of home offices.
A federal judge on Thursday rejected a bid by a pair of former Jones Day associates to expand their ongoing sex bias lawsuit against the law firm.
The U.S. National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has asked a court to order the reinstatement of seven former Starbucks Corp (SBUX.O) employees in Memphis, Tennessee who it said were unlawfully fired for exercising their right to form a union.
No “mass exodus” from workplace COVID precautions