Initial jobless claims increased to 965,000 last week amid a sharp increase in the number of new COVID-19 cases and a record number of daily deaths. it won't be before 2023 that the 22 million jobs lost (in March and April 2020) are regained.
Polls conducted as the pandemic peaked last spring, found that 40% to 60% of those who remained employed reported working remotely. Global Workplace Analytics estimates that 25% to 30% of the labor force will work from home multiple days a week by the end of 2021.
Several public figures have expressed outrage against the latest law, which allows workers fewer protections and other benefits they'd be entitled to as employees.
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After receiving the letter, Stan Smith, who was employed by the firm, spoke to local a local news station to complain that he felt it was inappropriate for such a letter to be sent to employees.
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"What can we do to keep our employees and improve their productivity?" The majority of companies struggle to find an answer to this when thinking of ways to retain their employees.
The injunction and the lawsuit are the most potentially damaging challenges to the companies' businesses so far.
As companies start tentatively hiring again, new employees have to navigate office politics from their laptops.
"We are excited to welcome new employees to our McFamily, and we want candidates and their families to know we have one goal – to keep our people safe."
"No one cared if I arrived at 9am or 10am. I had to buy some supplies — a few sheets of paper — and then my day was over", said Frédéric Desnard.
The CEO of Walmart U.S. said: "Walmart and Sam's Club associates continue to do remarkable work, and it's important we reward and appreciate them."
States are starting to reopen, but employees worried about contracting COVID-19 at their jobs face losing their benefits if they do not return to work.
A new survey also revealed that less than one in four Americans believed the economy was in a good or excellent condition.
Nearly half of Americans think a recession will occur due to the outbreak. Jobless claims have already skyrocketed to unprecedented levels at an unimaginable pace.
One economist said a loophole allowing small businesses to avoid paid leave provisions could threaten those same firms if the virus continued to spread as a result.
A program is expected to start in February in Amsterdam which will purchase the debts of young people and help them obtain higher education and employment.
Faking credentials and experience can only take you so far but these people tried, with some initial success, but paid a steep price.
More than half of private-sector workers who don't belong to a union are subject to some sort of mandatory arbitration provision, according to the Economic Policy Institute.
There is a 35 percent chance that President Donald Trump escalates his trade war with China and others, Moody's Analytics says.
The suspect is accused of hitting at least 30 different marts and pilfering as much as $12,000 during his one and only shift.
The unemployment rate for disabled workers (currently at 8 percent) is still higher than unemployment for non-disabled workers (3.7 percent), but employment of disabled workers has seen steady growth.
An elementary school principal in Ann Arbor, Michigan is suing her district to get reinstated in the school she argues she was forced out of because she's white.
Days after Indianapolis's Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School refused to axe a gay teacher, Cathedral High School fired an LGBT instructor rather than lose its status as a Catholic institution.