Question: Recently, a co-worker became aware of an embarrassing personal matter of mine.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A noose in the workplace and a string of racist commentary were the final straw for Los Angeles juvenile corrections worker Darren Gales.
USA TODAY published another installment this week in its investigation into the agency charged with routing out workplace discrimination: the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. We’re continuing to look into the agency.
The number of U.S. employers requiring workers to get vaccinated is expected to surge over the next few months, according to a new survey.
Google employees who choose to work from home permanently may face pay cuts, according to a report by Reuters.
The claim: Employees who are fired for refusing a vaccine are eligible for unemployment benefits
An investigation into New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has found that he sexually harassed multiple current and former state government employees. State Attorney General Letitia James announced the findings Tuesday. (Aug. 3)
The union that tried – and failed – to organize Amazon warehouse workers in Bessemer, Alabama, may get a do-over.
Mark Meadors had enough of his COVID-19 work life.
In the wake of George Floyd’s murder, corporate America pledged to do better, saying it would diversify its leadership, encourage equity and take concrete actions to root out systemic racism.
Question: Can my employer fire me for not being a “culture fit?” I’ve been at my company for 10 months. – Maurice