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[ad_1] Late last week, in the latest step to curb the COVID-19 pandemic, President Joseph R. Biden announced new Federal contractor employee vaccination requirements that are set to go into effect as of 15 October. The Administration also will require vaccination for members of the Federal workforce and health care workers in hospitals and other
[ad_1] Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their very own. Self-defined “fempreneurs” are feminine business house owners who occupy an growing share of companies starting from startups to world manufacturers. This gender-first personal branding is prevalent, however in the bigger scheme of equality in the workplace, is it serving to or hurting? The pure assumption
[ad_1] BENGALURU: Office-sharing startup WeWork said on Thursday it had won a U.S. federal contract to provide flexible working options to government employees, as a spike in COVID-19 cases prompts employers to reconsider a complete return to offices. A spokesperson for the SoftBank Group Corp-backed company said the contract, awarded by the U.S. General Services
[ad_1] This is the first in a series of articles about the implications of the California Privacy Rights Act for employers. The California Privacy Rights Act (“CPRA”) expands employers’ obligations with respect to the privacy of human resources (“HR”) data more dramatically than any other legislation in U.S. history.1 Although clearly drafted with the primary