While race and gender remain prime targets for bias, people of color who are also gay, lesbian or bisexual say sexual orientation is the biggest driver of discrimination they face in the workplace, according to a new study shared exclusively with USA TODAY.
There’s a lot that Lindsay Duran has been thinking about as some of her co-workers are slowly starting to come back to the office.
Corporate America is reopening its offices as the COVID-19 pandemic wanes.
No doubt the gig economy is still the rage and growing.
Johnny C. Taylor Jr., a human resources expert, is tackling your questions as part of a series for USA TODAY. Taylor is president and CEO of the Society for Human Resource Management, the world’s largest HR professional society.
A growing number of states are lifting business constraints as more Americans are vaccinated against COVID-19, leading people to shop, dine out and travel.
USA TODAY published an investigation this week about discrimination allegations from employees of the agency charged with routing out workplace discrimination: the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. We’re continuing to look into the agency.
Devastated by the police killing of George Floyd last spring, Patonia Rhule wanted to start a dialogue at her job about systemic racism. It seemed appropriate: She is an investigator at the federal watchdog agency responsible for protecting American workers from discrimination.
NBC News investigative and consumer correspondent Vicky Nguyen takes a closer look at how COVID-19 testing may look as the American work force returns to the workplace. She learns about the possibility of at-home testing and finds out how some companies have already implemented robust testing measures.
It was like fishing, and they were always biting.
Most of these disgruntled workplace avengers believed that they were the victim of injustice and mistreatment on the job.
Calling out inherent bias is critical, but it also highlights a second societal problem: A dearth of APIs in leadership roles in our country.
Question: I have recently entered into a romantic relationship with one of my colleagues.
The pandemic has driven thousands of women out of the workforce so here are some ways to help keep them in the work force.