Tesla Inc has suffered another setback in its bid to challenge the powers of California’s Civil Rights Department, which is suing the electric carmaker over alleged race discrimination at its flagship assembly plant.
Being overemployed by working two remote jobs is becoming more common, but is it legal or ethical and can you be fired for it?
Holiday shopping, family gatherings and money stress are vying for your attention while you’re still on the clock. Here’s how to stay focused at work during the holidays.
Can you really get time off work for your period?
Conspiracy theories have abounded during the COVID-19 pandemic and in American politics in recent years.
It isn’t common, but it can happen. Here’s why your job offer was revoked and what you can do about it.
Learn and implement the five C’s of workplace conflict resolution.
Home Depot workers in Philadelphia have filed a petition with the federal labor board to form what could be the first store-wide union at the world’s largest home improvement retailer.
The U.S. Department of Justice on Wednesday threw its support behind a lawsuit by three graduate students accusing Harvard University of ignoring sexual harassment by a professor who they said threatened their academic careers if they reported him.
Starbucks says it will reinstate seven employees who were fired in February after leading an effort to unionize their Memphis store.
Requesting a leave of absence from work in the right way is key to scoring approval.
Learn more about Summer Fridays, a company benefit in which employees are allowed to leave early – or sometimes not work at all – on Fridays.
Learn how to ditch negative mental habits that are hurting your work performance and holding you back from career success.
Instead of having set vacation and sick days, some newer PTO models let you decide how to use your time.
Current managers and bosses would be wise to learn what makes Gen Zers tick at work.