Two former minor league coaches for the Washington Nationals planned to file a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on Friday over the termination of their contracts, which came after they did not comply with an organization-wide vaccine mandate that was implemented in August.
Most of the talk this year about the labor market recovery has focused on the hardest-hit industry, leisure and hospitality, and the struggles that restaurant and hotel owners have had trying to staff up.
President Biden’s sweeping mandate to vaccinate millions of federal workers and contractors against the coronavirus left officials confronting how to carry it out amid a fusillade of workplace rules that could complicate — and lengthen — the process and further upend a government struggling to return to normal.
The federal agency that President Biden has tasked with implementing a national vaccine mandate has struggled to respond to the coronavirus pandemic, drawing fire for failing to issue broad safety rules specifically aimed at keeping workers safe from workplace transmission.
Time lost traveling to and from the office once seemed unavoidable. But some workers say telework has made them see how unnecessary the commute has become.
The first year of the pandemic knocked 54 million women around the world out of work, widening the gender gap in employment. It could take years for that gap to narrow again.
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Cher Scarlett remembered the times when women at Blizzard Entertainment would meet in empty office rooms in the company’s Irvine, Calif., headquarters.
Labor regulators in California sued video game giant Activision Blizzard this week over allegations that the company systemically discriminated against female employees and failed to address a “pervasive ‘frat boy’ workplace culture” that led multiple women to quit and may have contributed to one worker’s suicide.
Many global companies are focused on promoting diversity, inclusivity, and representation in the workplace.
Many businesses are in the midst of making decisions about whether and when to bring workers back to the office.
Two employees took turns on the ladder, climbing up and down to painstakingly remove the block letters from the marquee sign outside a Burger King location. Letter by letter, they added a new message.
Ana Diaz Guzman got a job interview. A moving-van company in Washington was looking for a cleaner.
After Bloomberg News suggested recently that “millions of women” are leaving the workforce because of menopause, a wave of fury rippled across social media.