The Human Rights Campaign's annual "Corporate Equality Index" is where the ideological rubber meets the financial road.
The Babylon Bee Writers Stand In Solidarity With Our Fellow Fake News Writers Going On Strike At The Washington Post
In the biggest fallout between the outlet's management and labor since the 1970s, reporters and other employees at the unjustifiably esteemed Washington Post have declared a 24-hour strike, following 18 months of negotiation that failed to placate th
Is your job safe? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were more than 13 million layoffs and discharges in the United States during the first nine months of 2023, and now "layoff season" has arrived.
One air traffic controller went into work drunk this summer and joked about "making big money buzzed." Another routinely smoked marijuana during breaks. A third employee threatened violence and then "aggressively pushed" a colleague who was d
The mystery surrounding the brief dismissal of OpenAI CEO Sam Altman last Friday, who has since been reinstated, might revolve around a Reuters report that suggests Altman's removal was due to a breakthrough in artificial general intelligence (AGI),
'We admire the chutzpah it takes to say you deserve a job because of the vibe you bring'
The future of OpenAI was thrown into chaos Monday after nearly all employees at the artificial intelligence company threatened to quit and join ousted chief executive Sam Altman at Microsoft if he isn't reinstated as CEO, extending the dramatic Sil
Workers weigh various factors when deciding to stay with a company for an extended period.
The Board of directors of OpenAI, Inc., the 501(c)(3) that acts as the overall governing body for all OpenAI activities, today announced that Sam Altman will depart as CEO and leave the board of directors. Mira Murati, the company's chief technolog
Starbucks faces its largest strike yet as thousands of nonunionized baristas will walk off the job on Thursday.
Billionaire Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic lays off 185 employees as it doubles down on efforts to build new spaceships
Has Uber caused more harm than good? After disrupting the lives of tens of thousands of livery drivers the globe over, many believe it has - but those critics probably never met Meshack Andrew and Osman Omer.
Why Margot Robbie is getting slammed for her Halloween costume as she breaks one important rule: 'She's treading a thin line'
Charles Schwab, the largest publicly traded US brokerage firm, began laying off employees on Monday in an effort to streamline its business model by reducing expenses ahead of next year, which could be full of turbulence in financial markets.
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A Financial Crisis Is Here! U.S. Banks Are Closing Down Hundreds Of Branches And Laying Off Thousands Of Workers
Update (1415ET):About 13 hours after Unifor, the union representing Canadian auto workers, declared a strike at three General Motors plants in Canada, a tentative agreement has been reached between the union and automaker, effectively ending the labo
Thousands of Walgreens pharmacy staff across the country are walking off work this week, alleging that poor working conditions are putting employees and patients at risk.
Last month we reported that thanks to the legal efforts of Children's Health Defense (CHD) and attorney Sujata Gibson, New York State repealed their vaccine mandate for health care workers. That repeal officially occurred on October 4, 2023.
Nearly one in four workers require a government-issued license to do their job.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has sued two businesses for firing workers who had sought religious exemptions to COVID-19 vaccine mandates.
Is a college degree no longer a good investment? Walmart plans to AX degree requirements from hundreds of its corporate job descriptions
Pensions are "a plan of the past," Ford CFO says
Tesla's outspoken CEO doesn't see eye to eye with the striking union members.
Says He'd Go To Prison Before Firing Workers For Refusing Jab
Two years ago, the L.A. Unified School District set a high bar for COVID safety, telling employees: Get vaccinated or lose your job.
Elon Musk is correct. The risk of UAW's 40% pay hike for its 150,000 members at the "Big Three" US automakers - General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler - could send them spiraling into bankruptcy once again.
The CEO of British Telecom giant BT is reportedly firing some 1,100 employees in overwhelmingly white rural East Anglia with the intention of replacing them with non-whites from major cities in order to "boost diversity" and potentially pocket a