This time last year in the Bay Area, it seemed plausible that office buildings could become a relic of the past for thousands of workers, with many in tech and other remote-friendly industries comfortably ensconced in home offices after close to two years of pandemic living.
San Francisco Chroncile
With on-the-job outbreaks of the coronavirus on the rise across California, state workplace safety regulators once again find themselves racing to update rules on vaccines, masking and a host of other virus prevention measures.
The board that oversees workplace safety standards in California was scheduled to vote Thursday on updating coronavirus restrictions in the workplace.
Small towns across America have a message for the new crop of remote workers: We’ll pay you to move here.
The rollout of the first COVID-19 vaccines poses some thorny questions for U.S. employers: Can they or should they require employees to get the shots?
Anabel Garcia of Santa Rosa has cleaned houses for 19 years. She’s been instructed to use harsh chemicals that impacted her vision and breathing.
America’s current reckoning with racism forces a critical question: Why are existing laws failing to protect people of color? Employment discrimination laws offer an analogy as a response.