Employers can develop more women leaders by applauding their quantifiable achievements, the study author noted.
IT jobs remain difficult to fill for many employers, even as openings decline.
Black employees were referred to as "lazy" and black women were called "resident street walkers" by a high-level manager, EEOC alleged.
The alleged harasser was put on administrative leave and later fired, as well, the court said.
Federal law may protect the rights of nursing mothers, but employers often fall short in terms of both legal requirements and best practices.
Education benefits have gone through a rebrand, serving as an employee perk rather than a branding exercise.
Three-hundred of the restaurants will partner with Ivy Tech Community College to help employees advance their education.
Employers can build a workforce that meets future needs by encouraging upskilling with pay, Aon explained.
Employers are seeing this lesson play out as the search for talent in a tight market continues.
As certain localities become hiring hot spots, relocation may be a factor for employers and job seekers to consider.
Automation, AI and more are shifting how businesses operate and are redefining what skills are most important.
Employer advocates had a mixed reaction to the final rule, though generally agreed that the update will assist with compliance.UPDATED: Jan. 13, 2020 at 2:41 p.m.
The employee said a white co-worker choked a patient and escaped discipline, but he failed to recall "the date, time, or exact circumstances" of the incident.
Project payments can sometimes satisfy the FLSA's salary-basis requirement for overtime exemption, the agency said in an opinion letter.
Employers say they're struggling to find applicants with the necessary technical skills, which has put soft skills into the spotlight.
Employers may run afoul of nondiscrimination laws if hiring managers aren't careful with interview inquiries.
Perks like on-site child care, care subsidies and flexible scheduling may help women, in particular, keep working, a Clutch study noted.
The announcement came in the footnote of an opinion letter discussing an employer's nondiscretionary $3,000 training bonus.
The group — backed by Uber, Lyft and DoorDash — says it wants to protect workers' ability to work as independent contractors.
As this problem comes to the forefront across industries, employers of all types are eyeing fixes.
While the provision does not apply to private employers, the benefit is gaining traction in several ways.
The quick-service restaurant also added paid sick leave to its benefits offerings.