Metro Louisville has agreed to pay $1 million to a former Health Department employee who said she was retaliated against for filing a racial discrimination complaint.
Whole Foods Market is not budging on its Black Lives Matter mask and apparel ban; instead the grocery chain is hitting back with the Constitution.
An Indiana lawmaker filed a bill for the upcoming legislative session that would ban “vaccine status discrimination,” coming just as cases soar.
The estate of a former police dispatcher will receive $1 million as part of a settlement with the township over alleged racist discrimination he faced within the Wall Police Department.
State workers are set to return to the office in January after working remotely since August due to COVID-19 concerns, state officials said in a memo to staff Tuesday.
Black Girls Code founder Kimberly Bryant has been removed from leading the nonprofit.
Many retirees are returning to the workforce. What role has the pandemic played in this? What resources are out there that can help?
Minnesota recorded fewer fatal work injuries in 2020 compared to the previous year, according to federal data released this month.
If you’ve ever had to lie to your boss about needing time off for mental health, you are definitely not alone.
As chief executive of Chipotle Mexican Grill, Brian Niccol likes to schedule time on his packed calendar to visit the company’s restaurants and see people enjoying the food.
In 2016, a Christian student organization at the University of Iowa called Business Leaders in Christ, or “BLinC,” barred a student from serving in a leadership role because he refused to “confess and repent of sinful conduct” — of being gay.
The U.S. Justice Department said on Tuesday it reached a settlement with Microsoft Corp resolving allegations that the company discriminated against non-U.S. citizens in its hiring process.
A Superior Court judge has cleared the way for former Bristol Community College police chief Wayne Wood to sue the institution, on claims that he was fired in retaliation for his testimony in another officer’s sexual discrimination lawsuit that resulted in a $1 million judgement.
As the courts decide whether a COVD-19 vaccination requirement for 84 million workers can go into effect, Democrats are moving ahead on efforts to dramatically increase fines for workplace safety violations and double the number of federal inspectors.