Experts said the Supreme Court may be poised to revisit a standard set in 1977 on how far employers must go to accommodate a worker’s religious beliefs.
Jannet Ponder is back in the office, like so many other American workers. She brought plants with her to give her cubicle more tranquility, along with family photos and other personal, decorative items.
In the absence of clear federal rules on how employers can incentivize health insurance programs, a lawsuit from Yale University employees puts a spotlight on measures that penalize some workers.
Starbucks on Monday announced it will cover travel expenses for U.S. employees seeking abortions and gender-confirmation procedures but who do not have access within 100 miles of their home.
A few months ago, I was talking with a mom friend of mine who had not worked – outside of her home and the daily care of her four children, that is – since shortly after her first son was born 12 years ago.
I used to be in tech support. It’s a difficult, frustrating, and often thankless job that tests the limits of your patience. But it can also be gratifying when you fix what seems impossible to the user.
A California judge struck down a law mandating corporate diversity, a measure many believed was necessary to increase the numbers of underrepresented people in boardrooms.
From gardeners to blacksmiths, the shocking rise in gasoline prices is raising concern among workers whose livelihoods depend on fuel to serve their customers.
Dr. Harris Baden, a pediatrician who heads the Cardiac Critical Care Unit at Seattle Children’s Hospital, is excited about Washington dropping its indoor mask mandates on March 21.
The questions resurfaced for Kathleen Kirwan when she began treatment for kidney disease at the same Texas clinic where her brother labored through three years of dialysis before his death in 2015.
Labor Secretary Marty Walsh says he has a simple remedy for both the record job-quitting and severe worker shortages upending the U.S. economy.
The claim: Email required employees to wear masks during Zoom calls
It’s getting ugly out there.
What if you could make a single decision in your life that would significantly increase the chances you’d end up with the retirement savings you need for financial security in your later years?
The National Labor Relations Board has confirmed that a group of Amazon workers in Staten Island, New York has withdrawn its petition to hold a vote to unionize.