Next to a credit card with a hefty limit, a workplace computer may be this year’s most essential holiday shopping tool. After a slight downturn in work-based online shopping in 2014, more employees say they’re spending working hours hunting for deals and buying gifts this year, according to CareerBuilder’s annual Cyber Monday survey.
Median annual base pay in the United States grew 3.1% year over year in November to $51,372.
Another name has surfaced as a possibility to become Secretary of Labor when Donald Trump takes office in January.
With the new overtime rules now blocked, what might happen next?
Gathering, analyzing and drawing practical conclusions from data has become a core business skill.
The EEOC has issued updated enforcement guidance on national origin discrimination, addressing Title VII’s prohibition on bias that targets employees based on their ethnic and cultural heritage.
Sometimes, employees misunderstand what it means to be disabled under the ADA and state disability laws.
If the overtime rules aren’t upheld by January 20, they are likely dead in their current form.
If there is one thing that is never appropriate in the workplace, it is racial and ethnic slurs.
Almost half of surveyed employers say they have hired a veteran in the last year, but veterans are significantly less content with their jobs than last year.