Private companies have wide latitude to limit how employees express their views, but there are exceptions
Wall Street Journal
Building on the attitude shift spurred by #MeToo, employees demand exit agreements permit them to speak out about their alleged discrimination, and companies reconsider confidentiality restrictions.
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Top executives at Facebook, Chevron and Chase weigh in on stress, flexible schedules and parents who are working while home-schooling their children
Agency letters ask if diversity initiatives constitute discriminaton; companies say they comply with employment law
Labor Department letter asks if diversity pledge violates Civil Rights Act
The recovery in U.S. job openings cooled in September from early summer, offering another sign the labor market is losing momentum
Employers are trying ‘quiet days’ to dial back the time remote workers spend on meetings; ‘Focused Wednesday Afternoons’
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A leading voice in the #MeToo movement talks about sexual harassment in the remote-work era and how social safety nets for women are breaking
Search giant will make it easier for employee complaints about misconduct to go public
New York’s finance industry is beginning to reoccupy offices in fits and starts, impeded by uncertainty around the virus.
A short-term extension has been helpful but hasn’t fully alleviated financial fears
Black employees ask Secretary Steven Mnuchin to address what they describe as ‘rampant racism’ in letter