Strong religious convictions are intertwined with support for protections for LGBTQ Americans.
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IT Leaders seek tech solutions to ‘create belonging and trust’
Outcome doesn’t change Biden administration’s desire to increase union jobs in the U.S., cabinet official says
Researchers found the platform’s algorithms promoted roles to certain users; company pledges to continue work in removing bias from recommendations
Unionization rates are trending down in the private sector, despite increased focus in Washington
Around 4 million adults aren’t looking for jobs, not because they’re scarce but because of worries about catching the coronavirus
In cover letters and résumés, workers aiming to pivot to new jobs and industries can explain how their skills in one sector can benefit another.
Investigators from state Attorney General Letitia James’s office are reviewing allegations about his behavior toward women staffers
Top executives David Friend and Peter Dunn had been suspended in January after Los Angeles Times report
Proponents say order is needed now as economy more fully reopens, while opponents say widespread vaccine availability eliminates need
If workers at an Amazon.com facility in Bessemer, Ala., vote to unionize, it would boost the number of workers who have opted to join a union in a state that has membership rates below the U.S. average.
Australia, where Covid cases are low, is at the vanguard of world-wide efforts to reopen offices. The country provides a window into what office life might look like elsewhere in the coming months
Unionization would be a challenge given Amazon’s distribution scale, but impact could be felt on margin expansion
Employees are told that returning to the workplace remains optional until September
Working remotely has made taking an afternoon snooze a lot easier, and it won’t be easy to give up. ‘I will totally miss the naps.’