The percentage of people with disabilities in the U.S. workforce hit a record high of 21.3% last year. In our post-pandemic world, don’t reinstall barriers that push them back out.
Answer: Yes. Provided the decision is not motivated by illegal discriminatory bias., employers can and do indeed fire people who aren’t a cultural fit. Employers, in many cases, rank workplace culture right next to technical competency.
“We’re a family here.” “You’re the best applicant we’ve ever seen.” “We’re all in this together.”
Vague ‘related medical conditions’ might force employers to cover abortion leave. What about employers who don’t want to violate their consciences or religious beliefs?
Starbucks recently put out an uplifting ad about an Indian trans woman. As an actual Indian trans woman and a Starbucks worker, it felt hypocritical.
Nearly a quarter of the workforce belonged to a union 40 years ago. Now that number is just over 10%. What happened to the American labor movement?
In a nod to labor unions, President Joe Biden is moving to boost wages for construction workers on projects paid for with federal funding, a step that would appeal to a key constituency ahead of next year’s presidential election and potentially shrink the pay gap between northern and southern states.
About 650,000 workers were expected to strike or are on strike this summer. How do those numbers compare to pre-pandemic years?
The next day, she received a call from the U.S. Department of Labor that someone had formally complained saying she was hiring minors and that the event had to be canceled.
Question: As a manager, I am trying to understand the case leaders like yourself are making for companies’ role in combating mental health.
Donald Trump has assailed diversity, inclusion and equity initiatives as has fellow 2024 GOP frontrunner Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis while the Biden administration and Democratic leaders have championed them.
A former associate of Rudy Giuliani sued him Monday for alleged abuse of power and harassment, claiming he hired her off-the-books for sexual favors.
When co-workers are at odds, the whole workplace feels it.
Should I report the behavior to our HR department or someone on the client side?