In a court filing denying discrimination, North Memorial highlighted the challenges greeters were having at the time because of the pandemic.
All Minnesota workers could take paid leave under DFL plan
Minnesota could be the 12th state to pass a paid leave program. It would be funded by employers and employees.
A bill to ban hair discrimination has wide bipartisan support, but will it pass? (MN)
There should be nothing controversial about proposed legislation that would make it illegal to discriminate against Minnesotans based on how they style their hair.
Psychological safety is a term to learn in workplace dynamics
When employees feel safe to ask questions, try new things (even if they fail) and challenge assumptions, retention and productivity will be higher.
Mayo Clinic dropping 700 workers for lacking COVID-19 vaccination
Rochester-based health system says about 1% of employees did not comply with vaccine mandate.
Cheerleader’s case could shape workplace social media policies
A recent hearing by the U.S. Supreme Court concerning the free speech rights of students may have significant repercussions for employers and employees in Minnesota.
Wells Fargo, third-largest employer downtown, plans September return to the office
More and more, it looks like the time around Labor Day won’t just be about the return to school.
Schafer: There’s value in offices, even if Target says it’s declining
It might be easy to forget, after hearing Target Corp. say last week that it will empty a huge downtown office tower, that Minneapolis before the pandemic was the place to be.
Workers return warily to the office, as employers embrace slew of safety measures
Upgraded air filters and plexiglass dividers help employees feel safer.
Fired female truck driver wins gender discrimination award from Twin Cities company
Koch & Sons agrees to pay her $165,000 in back wages, issue face-to-face apology.
How to foster a corporate culture in virtual workplace
Ultimately, culture can change as a result of leaders communicating their values frequently and widely.