The shortened workweek is gaining buzz in the U.S. but still faces hurdles before wide adoption
Amazon employees plan to walk off the job as tech worker tension rises
Some tech workers are protesting what they perceive as their employer’s poor performance
Here’s what workers really care about, according to a Post-Ipsos poll
Pay is still a top priority, but so is having a good boss
AT&T is the latest big firm mandating that workers come to the office
Managers are being asked to return to offices, even while AT&T reduces its office footprint
Report links workplace discrimination to high blood pressure
Adults who felt they had experienced a high level of discrimination at work were 54 percent more likely to develop high blood pressure (hypertension) than were those who reported little or no workplace discrimination, according to research published in the Journal of the American Heart Association.
Goldman Sachs will pay $215 million to settle gender bias lawsuit
The investment bank also agrees to hire an independent expert to analyze its performance review and promotion processes, and conduct a pay-equity study
Most of the country’s missing workers are no longer missing
The U.S. economy has recovered 75 percent of the 4 million workers who stopped working due to retirements, lack of childcare and health concerns. But some industries are still struggling.
Iowa governor will sign bill rolling back labor protections for children
The measure is the latest in a raft of legislation in several states that aims to loosen restrictions on youth employment
How Mark Zuckerberg broke Meta’s workforce
Roiled by waves of layoffs and a costly investment in the metaverse, many insiders say the Facebook founder has lost his vision — and the trust of his workforce
Conservative Christians aren’t the only ones asking for accommodation in mailman case
Religious minorities — Jews, Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs and Seventh-day Adventists — have filed briefs asking the Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that gutted a civil rights statute’s protections for religious accommodation
Work Advice: Does this worker need coaching, or am I just biased?
If you worry that clients will find a worker’s speech and manner off-putting, observe their performance and seek client feedback before offering guidance
The systemic bias of state-level anti-gay legislation
For the past decade, America’s political discussion has focused to an unusual extent on ways in which racism might be built into systems of power.
Size discrimination may limit job prospects. New York City may ban it.
When Kimmie Singh started her rotations as a dietitian-in-training, she knew her schooling, grades and references wouldn’t be a problem to land the best opportunities. But her weight would be.
Tech workers claimed caste bias. Now California could make it illegal.
California state Sen. Aisha Wahab (D) will introduce a new bill Wednesday aiming to add caste as a protected category to state law, making discrimination against a person based on their caste explicitly illegal.
Workplace attacks have been rising — almost entirely against women
By almost every measure, the American workplace is getting safer.