U.S. economic data is telling two different stories. Still-high job openings suggest demand for workers remains unusually strong.
A federal jury in San Francisco on Monday ordered Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) to pay about $3.2 million to a Black former employee after he won a racial harassment lawsuit against the electric-vehicle maker, far less than the $15 million he rejected last year in opting for a new trial.
A trial kicks off in San Francisco federal court on Monday to determine how much money Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) must pay to a Black elevator operator who a jury determined was subjected to severe racial harassment while working at the electric auto maker’s flagship assembly plant.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to consider whether to curtail lawsuits accusing hotels and other places of lodging of discriminating against disabled people by not providing enough information about their accessibility on their websites in a case involving a quaint inn near the Atlantic coast of Maine.
The House Education and Labor Committee on Wednesday issued a subpoena to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), alleging officials of the labor body failed to conduct fair and impartial union elections at Starbucks Corp (SBUX.O).
Home health care agency didn’t violate wage law by docking PTO, court says
The National Football League and three of its teams must face claims by Minnesota Vikings defensive coordinator Brian Flores of racist hiring practices in open court, a U.S. judge in New York ruled on Wednesday while sending other aspects of the case to private arbitration.
A former lawyer at New York law firm Napoli Shkolnik sued the firm on Monday for racial discrimination and said it had filed a lawsuit falsely accusing her of “quiet quitting” in retaliation for her asserting bias claims.
Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) workers in New York state said on Tuesday they are launching a campaign to form a union, setting the stage for the latest labor challenge for Chief Executive Elon Musk.
Judge blocked agency from suing any employer with religious objections
A U.S. judge rejected FedEx Corp’s (FDX.N) request to throw out or reduce a jury’s $366 million damages award to a Black former employee who said the package delivery company fired her after she complained about racial discrimination.
Two former Jones Day associates suing the U.S. law firm for sex discrimination and unlawful termination are hoping to fend off potential sanctions in the case with a sanctions request of their own.
Half of the mass attacks in the United States from 2016-2020 were sparked by personal, domestic or workplace disputes, according to a new U.S. Secret Service report that aims to prevent violence by identifying warning signs.
A U.S. labor board director has upheld Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) workers’ landmark union victory at a warehouse in New York, according to a decision issued Wednesday, bringing the online retailer closer to having to bargain with staff on a contract.