Technology News & Reviews
Hiring & Recruiting
New laws from New York City and California are heightening attention for employers and human resources teams on pay transparency and promotion of job listings.
Starbucks is no longer offering its employees sick pay for COVID-19. The company, which first offered the benefit in 2020 with a promise that those infected or exposed to the virus could get up to two weeks of “catastrophe” pay, now notes that the pandemic is in “the endemic phase.” So reports CBS News.
People & Moves
UPS Information Services Human Resources Director Regina Hartley is a self-described “scrapper.” In her recently featured Technology, Entertainment and Design (TED) talk: “Why the best hire might not have the best resume,” she details how her personal experiences helped shape her human resources career.
A lawsuit alleges that a human resources director of a Georgia county berated a former employee who complained of racial harassment from a co-worker by subjecting that employee “to additional, severe racial harassment in front of the employee who sent the racist text message,” according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
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