A Kansas State University professor with ADHD alleges in a lawsuit that he was discriminated against because of the condition, which can cause inattention, hyperactivity and impulsivity.
Remote work can lead to physical and mental fatigue, but you can take these steps to combat it.
Plenty of jobs exist but not enough workers to fill them.
More than a third of Black workers report being treated unfairly in the workplace in the past year because of their race or ethnicity, a new survey released Monday by the Society for Human Resource Management found.
A New England record store chain and its employees are in the midst of a disagreement about the company’s decision to suddenly close a store and fire all the workers.
Job seekers may find themselves ghosted or “breadcrumbed” in today’s competitive job market. Here’s why and what to do about it.
Apple Inc said on Friday that it is starting a program to help employees get voluntary COVID-19 vaccinations at the iPhone maker’s offices.
If you’re leaving a job, you can strengthen professional relationships with your co-workers by crafting a goodbye email.
Don’t wait for a family health crisis to understand FMLA guidelines.
Here are some in-demand skills and abilities to include on your resume.
Workers’ comp can help you collect lost wages and medical benefits in the event of an on-the-job injury or illness.
A group of New York judges is suing for age discrimination after the state’s cash-strapped court system cracked down on a long-standing practice that had allowed them to continue serving past the mandatory retirement age of 70.
Boost company morale with these ideas for virtual activities during your office holiday party.
A lawsuit filed by the Trump administration accuses the tech giant of illegally reserving thousands of high-paying positions for foreign workers.
Some co-workers can challenge workplace happiness. Here’s how to alleviate the tension.