employees

Your Guide to Protecting and Empowering Employees in the Modern Workplace

States With Abortion Bans Is Driving Away Young Employees

Young employees do not want to work in 20 states with Abortion bans, according to a survey with respondents aged 18-34 years old.

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Google protests- No Tech For Apartheid

Google Employees Stage Protests Across Multiple Offices Against Company's $1.2B Israel Contract

The activists criticized the company for its contract with the Israeli government, accusing it of contributing to what they perceive as a genocide amid Israel's bombing campaign in Gaza.

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American Companies Are Exploring 4-Day Workweek Setup; Is It Really Possible?

American Companies Are Exploring 4-Day Workweek Setup; Is It Really Possible?

Many companies in the United States are reportedly exploring the 4-day workweek option. But, is the proposed new norm possible for all industries?

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[SURVEY] Should Employers Shoulder Commuting Expenses? 8 Out of 10 Employees Say Yes

A new survey revealed that 8 out of 10 employees want employers to shoulder their commuting expenses.

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California To Prevent Bosses From Calling Employees After Work Hours! What To Know About New Bill

California is now considering measures to restrict bosses from contacting their employees outside of work hours.

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California to Impose New $20 Minimum Wage for Fast Food Workers Starting Monday

Starting on Monday, April 1, a new law in California will ensure that most fast food workers get a minimum wage of $20 per hour.

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White House Says 10% of US Workers Are in Jobs That Could Be Affected by the Rise of AI — Will It Lead to Job Losses?

A White House study estimated that around 10% of American workers are in jobs that face the threat of disruption from the fast-evolving artificial intelligence (AI).

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Texas Federal Court Overturns NLRB's New Rule Aimed at Easing Unionization for Workers

A Texas federal judge halted the NLRB's proposed policy of making it easier for major business workers to form unions.

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Royal Mail Faces Lawsuit from Parcelforce Delivery Drivers Over Workplace Exploitation

Royal Mail allegedly classified delivery drivers as self-employed, avoiding sick pay and minimum wage requirements, among other declining work conditions.

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Walmart handling employees

5 Ways on how Walmart is handling their employees.

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Tech Company 373K Decides to Move From Georgia Due to "Anti-Gay" Bill

Tech company 373K decided to move from Georgia due to religious freedom bill that would allow anti-gay discrimination. After reaching the decision to move through voting, the company is now in the process in moving to Delaware.

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107 Yahoo Employees Received Layoff Notice As Part of The Planned 1,500 Job Cuts

Yahoo’s planned restructuring plan had started on Wednesday, whereas 107 employees had received a written notice that after 60 days they would have to leave the office. That would be the first batch of what is expected to be a much bigger job cuts of 1,500 employees or 15 percent of the company’s workforce.

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Making The Great “Goodbye, Job” a Better “Hello, Opportunities”

Whatever your reason on why you have to leave your current job doesn't matter. It's about your response. When doing a work exit, most employees are usually overwhelmed in the situation they are in. May your reason be a dreadful working environment, tyrannical hierarchy, or a new, greener field you are excited to be yourself in, you have to remember that leaving is not just all about you-- it is for every person in the room as well.

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The nice ones will be rewarded - in business

"Good guys finish last" is a common saying, but is not necessarily true when it comes to handling business, or so as others would like to believe. To some, a firm hand and a cold resolve would make for a fine CEO, whether that CEO is a man or a woman. However, kindness is beneficial to the businesses' customers and employees.

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Starting salaries for US workers to surge in 2016 - studies

Recent prediction reveals that starting salaries of professional roles could have a 4.1% increase next year. The 2016 Salary Guides from Robert Half shows that among the five fields tracked the expected salary for professional roles could increase on average by that rate in 2016, with the technology sector to gain higher pay grades in its 5.3% expected increase base pay.

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