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Global HR NewsNewsJob Cuts

April 2, 2020
A record 6.6 million seek U.S. jobless aid as layoffs mount

Global HR NewsNewsHealth & Safety

April 1, 2020
Walmart taking workers’ temperatures, will allow them to wear masks in U.S.

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March 31, 2020
Amazon fires U.S. worker who organized COVID-19 walkout

Global HR NewsNewsHealth & Safety

March 30, 2020
Some Instacart, Amazon workers strike as jobs get riskier

Global HR NewsNews

March 30, 2020
Job cuts keep coming, flight crews may become medical staff

Global HR NewsNews

March 20, 2020
California governor issues statewide stay at home order

Global HR NewsNewsLegal

March 20, 2020
Bayer fires Australian woman who went for a jog in Beijing

Global HR NewsNews

March 13, 2020
‘Nobody with a job will lose a cent,’ says France’s finance minister

Global HR NewsNews

March 9, 2020
Mask clad Chinese workers cautiously return to the office

Global HR NewsNews

February 24, 2020
Markets tank on concern about coronavirus impact on world economy

Global HR NewsNewsRecruitment

February 19, 2020
European Union unveils proposed rules for AI, including strict rules on recruitment

Global HR NewsNews

February 19, 2020
Wendy’s to pay $400K to resolve child labour law allegations in U.S.

Global HR NewsNewsJob Cuts

February 18, 2020
35,000 jobs on chopping block as HSBC cuts deep in restructuring

Global HR NewsNewsGig Economy

February 11, 2020
Judge stalls Uber, Postmates challenge to California job law

Global HR NewsNews

February 10, 2020
Amazon wants to depose Trump after it lost bid for lucrative military contract

Global HR NewsNewsEthics

February 7, 2020
Credit Suisse CEO quits after company admitted it spied on executive who joined rival

Global HR NewsNewsOffbeat Workplace News

February 6, 2020
Concrete company sues Norway, claims it tried to recruit employees as spies

Global HR NewsNews

February 6, 2020
Famed Seattle eatery pays $483,000 in wage theft case

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February 3, 2020
Survey: U.S. factories expand for first time since July

Global HR NewsNewsEmployee Wellness

January 28, 2020
China’s measures to contain coronavirus include shutting offices, allowing staff to work from home

Global HR NewsNewsYoung Workers

January 28, 2020
Chipotle fined $1.3M over thousands of child labour abuses in U.S.

Global HR NewsNewsHealth & Safety

January 17, 2020
Technology could cut train crews from 2 to 1 but is it safe?

Global HR NewsNewsCompensationCorporate Social Responsibility

January 16, 2020
California targets companies with highly paid execs

Global HR NewsNewsOffbeat Workplace News

January 15, 2020
Government worker retires at age 102: ‘Your body tells you when it’s time to go’

Global HR NewsNews

January 15, 2020
Sudanese intelligence officers fire shots in tense stand-off over severance benefits

Global HR NewsNewsBullying

January 9, 2020
Tokyo Olympics creative director out over ‘power harassment’

Global HR NewsNewsLegal

January 3, 2020
Employers can’t discriminate against workers who practice ‘ethical veganism’: British court

Global HR NewsNews

December 31, 2019
Former Nissan boss, once revered, flees Japan following charges

Global HR NewsNewsSexual Harassment

December 18, 2019
ESPN reaches settlement on sexual harassment lawsuit

Global HR NewsNewsManaging/Leadership

December 17, 2019
New CEO at Bed Bath & Beyond cleans out executive suite

Global HR NewsNewsWorkforce Statistics

December 17, 2019
U.S. employers post more jobs in October in sign of solid economy

Global HR NewsNewsRecruitment

December 17, 2019
Germany is facing a talent crunch: Here’s how it proposes to address it