Is this ‘remote first’ company changing its business model, or just ‘quiet firing’ workers in lieu of a layoff?
Office occupancy hit a post-pandemic milestone of 50 percent last week, according to data tracked by Kastle Systems. Experts think this could be the new normal.
Which is more important to your overall well-being: the work you do, or the people you work with?
The company is the latest big name to shift hybrid policies as the battle over offices continues
The ruling could make companies liable for expenses, such as health insurance and credit card late fees, incurred by employees fired for union activity
Economists estimate that ‘two years of lost immigration’ is responsible for close to half of the 3.5 million workers missing from the labor force
Dear Amy: My little sister died almost two years ago by suicide after years of struggling with PTSD from sexual assaults that happened when she was a teenager.
More than 1 in 5 workers have experienced violence or harassment at their workplace, according to a global survey released this week.
A New York City lawmaker is trying to ban most companies from firing workers without good reason, which could transform the balance of power between bosses and their employees.
I’ll reveal my biases at the outset: Having written a book about the decline of the baby boom and the generational shift that has triggered, I tend to pay more attention to generational boundaries than is often useful.
The law stands out at a time when efforts abound nationally to strengthen workers’ rights, unions pledged to defend it
According to investigators, 13- and 14-year-olds allegedly suffered severe chemical burns while working for a food safety company
The supply chain is both on the mend and undeniably broken.
Today, the Supreme Court is hearing two cases that are widely expected to overturn long-standing precedent and reject diversity as a rationale for considering race in university admissions.
Bosses and economists are troubled by the worst drop in U.S. worker output since 1947