Discrimination and harassment in the workplace can have severe consequences for both the victim and the perpetrator, along with organizations.
When an employee is terminated, it can be a difficult and confusing time for them. There are many things to consider, such as the employee’s rights and the termination process itself.
As the cost of healthcare continues to rise, private employers are searching for new and innovative ways to provide health insurance for their employees. While many employers are still offering traditional health insurance plans, there is a growing trend towards alternatives such as self-funded health plans and wellness programs.
Labor laws are regulations that govern the relationship between employers and employees. They are designed to protect workers from exploitation and ensure they are treated fairly.
If you are a remote employee in the United States of America, you need to be aware of the labor laws currently available for remote employees. This guide will give you an overview of remote employees’ most relevant labor laws.
Due to COVID-19, companies had to devise creative ways to survive as nationwide lockdowns were implemented and employees had to work remotely. While things seem to be improving and offices are opening, uncertainty lingers on as business owners and conglomerates fear another wave. Business owners now realize that business operations are always at risk of getting hit by external factors.
With the aim to protect and allow people with disabilities to live their lives on their own terms, the United States Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act was passed in 1973.
The United States of America is the world’s largest economy and contributes about 24% to the world’s GDP. With a population of 330 million people, the US is also home to a large number of foreign talent and migrant workers who come to this ‘land of opportunities’ in search of better jobs and lives for themselves and their families.