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)
Amazon workers should get a new vote, union says. No final decision yet from NLRB
The union that tried – and failed – to organize Amazon warehouse workers in Bessemer, Alabama, may get a do-over.
‘I quit’: Workers change jobs at a record pace amid burnout, new openings with higher pay
Mark Meadors had enough of his COVID-19 work life.
Racial justice in the workplace: In-depth look at diversity’s struggle to crack corporate boardrooms
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.
Workplace culture: Can I be fired for not fitting in? Ask HR
Question: Can my employer fire me for not being a “culture fit?” I’ve been at my company for 10 months. – Maurice
Supreme Court rules against labor in private property case, barring access for organizing
In a blow to organized labor, a divided Supreme Court ruled in favor of two California fruit farmers on Wednesday who said union organizing on their orchards represented an unconstitutional taking of private property.
What Apple and Google executives missed in telling workers to go back to the office
Google, after employees objected, recently backtracked from its plan to force employees to return to the office. Apple’s plan to force its staff back to the office three days a week met with substantial internal opposition.
For LGBTQ employees of color, sexual orientation is the biggest source of discrimination in the workplace
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.
OK, but will there be snacks? As workers return to the office, some perks like Taco Tuesdays may be in question
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.
As offices reopen after COVID-19, more companies will let employees work from home or hire workers who live far away
Corporate America is reopening its offices as the COVID-19 pandemic wanes.
Permanent jobs rise as employers sweeten pay, benefits for gig workers amid labor shortages
No doubt the gig economy is still the rage and growing.
How to prioritize mental health resources in the workplace: Ask HR
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.
Ellen DeGeneres addresses ‘toxic’ workplace claims in first TV interview since planning talk-show exit
Ellen DeGeneres is elaborating on the controversy surrounding allegations of atoxic workplace at her daytime talk show, a day after she announced “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” would end in 2022 after 19 seasons.
Workers are slowly returning to offices: Dallas takes the lead, while San Francisco and NY trail behind
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.
5 things to know about USA TODAY’s investigation of discrimination within EEOC
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.