The federal agency weighed in Thursday with a proposed rule to oversee the burgeoning earned wage access industry.
In addition to the payment to three former managers, Dollar General also agreed to train retail and human resources managers, adopt and distribute policies and procedures to prevent age harassment and ...
The Board said it would “like the opportunity to further consider the issues identified” in a district court’s injunction while citing other, ongoing legislation relevant to its rulemaking.
The law aims to address healthcare affordability and access issues, but it could result in higher drug spending for some employer plans, an attorney told HR Dive.
In addition, 60% said they wouldn’t recommend a job in finance to Gen Z workers, according to a Medius report.
Skanska USA says its outreach programs in Ohio and Tennessee have had a real impact in removing the stigma around sensitive subjects.
HR leaders now have a seat at the table, SHRM President Johnny C. Taylor said, but the hardest work is yet to come.
The June 27 debate, the Republican National Convention and upcoming Democratic National Convention provide plenty of conversation fodder. Workers still aren’t taking the bait.
The plaintiff said the payroll services company “betrayed [the] trust” of workers whose information it handled.
A former vice president of diversity, equity and inclusion has sued a St. Louis-based law firm where she used to work for allegedly discriminating against her because of her race, gender, age and ...
For one thing, the U.S. Department of Labor’s regulations may not fare well under federal courts’ scrutiny post-Chevron, a former DOL official told HR Dive.
The Conference Board’s “Bias Interrupters” framework offers a way to foster inclusion and control for legal risk.