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Coping with the New Normal at Work

“Our current, and future, situation is giving employers an opportunity to rethink the way they are working with the goal of being agile, resilient and fluid to move forward successfully,” said Maya Smallwood, EY Global PAS Employee Experience Leader, EY.

 
 

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What's on Employers’ Minds About Returning to Work?

As the debate over granting employers “liability shields” to protect against COVID-19 lawsuits rages on in Congress, 71% of in-house counsel are concerned about potential lawsuits upon reopening, according to a new study.

 
 

 
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Unemployment Rate Falls to 13.3%, Defying Negative Predictions

U.S. job market added 2.5 million jobs last month as states lifted COVID-19 restrictions. Manufacturing added 225,000 jobs.

 
 

 
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Hiring Has Started, But Job Losses Still Outweigh Gains

“Start skilling up, now. Yes, some jobs will come back. But, frankly, some are gone forever, and many of those that do return are going to be different," said Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., CEO, SHRM.

 
 

 
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Staying Remote? You've Got Some Work to Do!

Surveys show that increased levels of remote work have unnecessarily opened business up to significant security concerns.

 
 

 
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Eaton CEO: Enough Is Enough. Stand Up and Be Heard

We can no longer be silent on police brutality and racial injustice.

 
 

 
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Former UAW President Gary Jones Pleads Guilty to Embezzling Union Money

A government takeover of the union is “still an option,” said a federal prosecutor.

 
 

 
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Manufacturing Companies and Unions Take Public Stances on Protests

Boeing, GM, Milliken, UAW and others make public statements condemning intolerance and racism.

 
 

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