A teacher who taught in Maryland for years has settled a discrimination lawsuit, claiming she was subjected to “pervasive and severe” verbal and physical assaults because of her transgender identity.
Amy Cooper sued Franklin Templeton in May 2021 after the company fired her over her viral Central Park incident.
I stopped a fellow traveler to take a picture in the Milwaukee airport this week. It is out of focus and of poor quality.
Bisexual workers in the U.S. are less likely than gay or lesbian employees to report workplace discrimination, according to new data from the Williams Institute, but bisexual workers are also less likely to be out at work.
An assistant principal of an elementary school in Greenwich, Conn., has been placed on administrative leave after he admitted to discriminating against Catholic and conservative teaching applicants.
David Blaska’s attorneys received the other $46,000 awarded in the settlement with the city of Madison, Wisconsin.
The first few days of any job are a blur of paperwork and first impressions, and between setting up a new desk, meeting an office full of colleagues and learning the responsibilities of a new job, the details can slip from memory.
More “boomerang” employees are returning to the jobs they left a year ago, said Charlie Wells in Bloomberg.
First, there was the “great resignation.” But now there’s a new workplace trend that seems to be sweeping across the country: quiet quitting.
Over the past few weeks, the term “quiet quitting” has suddenly emerged to the center of debate about the American workplace.
Arden Cho is more than happy to compare her on-screen persona to Elle Woods.
The COVID pandemic prompted people to give more of themselves to their work in the spring of 2020, but over time, especially in the last year, workers have decided to focus more on what they want or need.
The key to success at Even & Odd Minds has been that everyone’s voice is welcome.
A federal judge in Maryland has ruled that a Catholic nonprofit organization illegally discriminated against a gay employee by denying spousal benefits to his husband.
One in five American adults who has been infected with COVID-19 has some lingering symptoms that can be considered Long Covid.