Congress this week is turning its attention to the country’s retirement security crisis in a way that many industry watchers say is long overdue.
Billionaire Elon Musk’s Space Exploration Technologies Corp. was sued by ex-workers claiming the company didn’t warn them before a mass firing in violation of California state law.
A federal appeals court has ruled that a black electrician can move forward with claims of race discrimination and retaliation, but that he had insufficient evidence to proceed with a claim of harassment. The case demonstrates that discrimination and retaliation claims are much less likely to be dismissed than harassment claims, lawyers at Jack Nelson […]
LinkedIn has to pay employees nearly $6 million in unpaid overtime and damages after a federal investigation found the company violated the Fair Labor Standards Act.
The woman at the helm of an Oregon tech company has instituted unheard of family-friendly policies including baby-wearing in the office.
Stickin’ it to The Man, probably while very caffeinated.
Decades ago Nell Merlino started a 20-million-person-strong movement, now she’s fighting for economic equality for women entrepreneurs.
In theory, companies with policies covering the use of mobile electronics at work are prepared for the arrival of wearable computers, but questions remain.
Kansas State University didn’t violate the Rehabilitation Act by denying a faculty members request to extend her leave for cancer treatment after the school already had granted her the maximum six months of paid medical leave the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit ruled May 29.
The Seattle city council voted unanimously on Monday to approve a sharp increase in the city’s minimum wage to $15 an hour over the next seven years.
When it comes to workers rights, the U.S. scores shockingly low compared to other countries. Right on par with Iraq, Haiti, and Iran.
The Senate could hold a procedural vote this week on a House bill to change the employer mandate.
These blogging fingers have had much to say about telecommuting as a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Now, if you’ll excuse me, these blogging fingers are going to dunk broccoli into spinach dip.