[ad_1] “The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has been working expeditiously to develop an emergency temporary standard that covers employers with 100 or more employees to ensure their workers are fully vaccinated or undergo weekly testing to protect employees from the spread of coronavirus in the workplace,” a Labor Department spokesman said Tuesday. “On Tuesday,
[ad_1] “One of the strengths of liquid work is that it gives more confidence to teams, who gain the autonomy to organise their work and their commitments based on the time and resources available”, points out Imma Catalá, Global Head of Strategy and Solutions Development for BBVA’s Talent and Culture department. Added to this self-management
[ad_1] Being in a relationship with a boss or colleague can create issues at work. Amanda Rose shares how to minimise the damage. Office romances are a bad idea. A lot of people meet partners at work, that’s a given, but an office romance is different. It’s being overtly in a relationship in the workplace.
[ad_1] In our debut month, HR Brew is asking the question “Where are we?” with stories that explore where we, employees and HR professionals, are physically working at this point in the pandemic, as well as where we are metaphorically, as the industry sees rapid growth while confronting enormous challenges. Our first story, a deep
[ad_1] Toronto business owner Abena Anim-Somuah says that employers need to listen to their employees of colour when it comes to creating an atmosphere that is welcoming for everyone. Lucy Lu In March 2020, Emma Bell began working from home, like so many Canadian workers after the Government of Ontario ordered the closure of all
[ad_1] ATLANTA—Visa, a world leader in digital payments, will open a new hub in Midtown Atlanta, Georgi Gov. Brian Kemp announced. The expansion is expected to create approximately 1,000 jobs in the region over the next several years. Visa’s new 123,000-square-foot office, located at 1200 Peachtree Street in Midtown Atlanta, is expected to open
[ad_1] Veteran Liberal MP Russell Broadbent risks being locked out of his office after he said he is not vaccinated and publicly raised concerns about the mass immunisation of Australians against COVID and the imposition of mandates or vaccine passports. The member for Monash, in eastern Victoria, has told his local newspaper he isn’t vaccinated
[ad_1] Women are leading the charge on DEI efforts in the workplace, according to a new report. getty Women in leadership are showing up as the people leaders companies need to navigate the societal and workplace disruptions spurred by the global pandemic, yet their work is going largely unrecognized and unpaid. Compared to men at
[ad_1] Pre-pandemic, roughly one in five employees were already working from home. Now, more than 71 percent of the American workforce is teleworking, according to a study from the Pew Research Center. “[Covid] forced companies to figure out a work from home (WFH) strategy immediately,” says Lora Munson, EVP for tenant representation services at Colliers.
[ad_1] Friday the sheriff’s office released a report on systemic racism in San Luis Obispo County. They did so on behalf of the Unity Committee which was formed a year ago to help identify issues surrounding gender, racial, religious and sexual orientation issues in the community and law enforcement. After reading the report on systemic