Employers can still give drug tests or fire an employee if they are acting under federal guidelines, or if an employee consumed marijuana at work or while performing work-related duties.
Lewis County General Hospital in upstate New York is pausing maternity services later this month after dozens of staff members quit because they refused to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
With promising news out of COVID-19 vaccine trials, the question now is how many people will get the vaccine? And can or will employers require their workers to get vaccinated?
Architects are already looking beyond COVID-19 to imagine the office of 2025 and beyond — an office that will keep us safe on the job, whatever pandemic virus strikes next.
As more and more people filter back to the workplace, many face a tiny space that can create a large logjam: the elevator. Even the lobby is fraught with coronavirus questions. We have answers.
After an investigation by journalists found the Methodist hospital system had filed 8,300 lawsuits in five years, the hospital announced it will be "reviewing" its policies in the next 30 days.
The post-millennial generation, known as Generation Z, is entering the workforce at a time when 70 percent of employers check social media during the hiring process.
Some employers are offering benefits that pay down student loans. They say it's a popular way to recruit younger workers who are struggling with college debt.
When lower-income working Americans have an unexpected expense, many turn to high-cost loans and get in financial trouble. More employers are giving them a much cheaper way to get emergency cash.
Many specialists in family leave policy say the tax credits included in the new federal law are too small to persuade most employers to offer such benefits.