Most U.S. Walmart warehouses give staff extra payments to forgo vacations or work extra hours as it ramps up for holidays
Wall Street Journal
Key events leading to the attorney general’s report in which investigators said New York’s governor sexually harassed multiple women
As companies like Chipotle and Sodexo increase the pay floor for entry-level employees, they are also rethinking wages of longtime staffers and managers
Google delays planned return to offices until mid-October as U.S. companies take new precautions against Delta variant’s spread
Bobby Kotick apologizes before planned employee walkout as Call of Duty publisher hires law firm to investigate complaints
Some public employees and healthcare workers soon will have to show proof of vaccination, but so far most private-sector workers haven’t faced such rules
Business groups object to the Labor Department’s efforts to reshape rules governing employers
Dozens of groups said shots should be mandatory in care facilities
Slack, Dropbox and other businesses try limiting the time that employees have to be ‘on’ to preserve life-work balance
The Biden Administration’s ‘equity’ policies are losing in court.
Incentives are now being offered to hourly workers
Nearly 140 companies in S&P 500 said their median worker made at least $100,000 last year; four dozen put the figure at less than $30,000
Hiring and wage growth are the strongest for restaurant, hotel and retail jobs, reflecting consumers’ desire to get out
The punishment comes after an investigation into allegations of workplace misconduct inside the team. Tanya Snyder, the co-CEO and wife of owner Dan Snyder, will take over day-to-day operations for the next several months.
The senior adviser was interviewed by New York attorney general investigators, who are looking at behavior dating back more than a decade