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.
Will soaring gas prices put your job at risk? These 7 occupations may feel the heat
From gardeners to blacksmiths, the shocking rise in gasoline prices is raising concern among workers whose livelihoods depend on fuel to serve their customers.
Workers are returning to their offices. They’re bringing anxiety, questions, even fear with them.
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.
Bill would ban ‘heartless’ discrimination against people with disabilities who need organs
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.
How can US solve ‘Great Resignation’? Create better jobs, Labor Secretary Marty Walsh says.
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.
Fact check: Email requiring employees to use masks on Zoom calls originated as satire
The claim: Email required employees to wear masks during Zoom calls
Omicron could force many workers who test positive to quarantine under federal mandate, intensifying labor shortages
It’s getting ugly out there.
91% of employees whose companies auto-enroll them in their workplace 401(k) do not opt out
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?
Amazon workers in New York withdraw petition to unionize
The National Labor Relations Board has confirmed that a group of Amazon workers in Staten Island, New York has withdrawn its petition to hold a vote to unionize.
What can I do when I am the target of workplace gossip? Ask HR
Question: Recently, a co-worker became aware of an embarrassing personal matter of mine.
McDonald’s workers plan one-day strike to protest sexual harassment of employees
McDonald’s workers in several cities are planning a one-day walkout on Tuesday to protest what they say is continued sexual harassment of employees and to call for the workforce to unionize to help address the problem.
‘Hours of my life I’m never going to get back’: As offices reopen, workers resist bringing back the commute
When Wendy White, 57, quit her job in March, a key reason was her company’s insistence employees return to the office in the midst of a pandemic.
Doctor fired for giving leftover COVID-19 vaccines to people with ‘Indian’ names sues for discrimination
A doctor who was fired after Houston-area public health officials accused him of stealing vials of COVID-19 vaccine to administer to family and friends sued the county Tuesday, accusing it of discriminating against South Asians and issuing disinformation about him.
Workers are often told not to talk about how much they’re getting paid. That’s not legal.
Under federal law, keeping employees from discussing pay with coworkers is an unfair labor practice. Yet workers, advocates, and labor experts say such “pay gag” infractions are widespread, with awareness of the law at a minimum.
Facing workplace discrimination? EEOC might put you on its low-priority list from Day 1.
A noose in the workplace and a string of racist commentary were the final straw for Los Angeles juvenile corrections worker Darren Gales.