employment law

This is one of onboarding’s biggest new obstacles

Remote and hybrid arrangements have meant compliance headaches for bringing new employees into the fold.

Can HR ban politically focused face masks?

Consistency is key when it comes to free speech policies, experts say.

4 ways HR can create and maintain inclusive workplaces

Recent Supreme Court ruling serves as reminder to review, update workplace policies.

What the SCOTUS ruling on LGBTQ rights means for employers

The top court issued the landmark ruling Monday.

Will Congress Confront Workplace Sexual Harassment?

A new bipartisan bill seeks to ban non-disclosure agreements.

Do Facebook Job Ads Encourage Bias?

A federal class-action lawsuit claims that Facebook job ads are enabling discrimination against older job applicants.

Have We Fixed These Workplace Issues?

Recent workplace research revealed some surprising findings.

A Right to Disconnect?

Should employers be prevented from requiring workers to respond to email after hours? One New York lawmaker thinks so.

The Pushback Against Workplace Immigration Raids

California lawmakers are educating employers on workers' rights as immigration raids ramp up.

Fair Pay Act, Nine Years Later

Nine years after the Fair Pay Act was signed into law, workplace-equity advocates say the country has a long way to go to close the gender pay gap.