U.S. health care workers were most likely to be infected with COVID-19 at work during the pandemic’s first year, according to a new study that challenges previous research suggesting their risk was highest off the job.
If you’re leaving a job, you can strengthen professional relationships with your co-workers by crafting a goodbye email.
Student workers at Dartmouth College have voted to unionize.
How you start your morning can make or break how you tackle your workday.
Many workplace norms were upended during the pandemic, some permanently.
Disney workers are planning walkouts during their breaks every day this week to protest CEO Bob Chapek’s slow response in publicly criticizing Florida’s so-called Don’t Say Gay legislation.
Your volunteer work can show employers you’re actively using your skills or adopting new ones.
U.S. workers with severe cases of COVID-19 may be covered by a law prohibiting disability discrimination in the workplace, while milder cases would not qualify, according to guidance issued on Tuesday by the agency that enforces the law.
A woman who lodged a sexual harassment allegation against former CNN anchor Chris Cuomo was “disgusted” by what she saw as his hypocrisy and attempts to discredit women who made similar allegations against his brother.
While women’s labor force participation peaked in 1999, men’s participation has declined more rapidly than women’s since then.
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Tempe is now the second Arizona city to ban discrimination based on hair texture and hairstyles, including at schools and in the workplace.
As pushback against local vaccine requirements for workers crops up throughout the country, Biden’s vaccine deadline looms large.
Learn what problems you should and shouldn’t take to the human resources department.
The final price tag for a settlement reached by New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and a former campaign spokesman is now $150,000.