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.
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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.
A job that offers a sign-on bonus may seem very attractive, but make sure to read the fine print before you sign.
Watch out for these characteristics of a bad boss.
SINCE THE PANDEMIC, more professionals are looking for job opportunities than ever before. All professionals need to present a smart, tailored resume to a hiring manager. But it can be intimidating to present your best self on one piece of paper. One way to get started is by writing a solid objective statement.
Maryland’s Baltimore County has reached a settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice in a lawsuit that accused the county’s police force of discriminatory hiring practices against Black applicants.
Your work-from-home clothes can be contributing to your overall productivity.
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