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Employer Dress Codes Could Be Bad for Diversity

Employers that want to get the most benefit from their diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts should be mindful of how traditional workplace dress codes could set them back. So reports Employee Benefit News.


Post-Labor Day Surge of Workers Returning to Office: WeWork

More employees are returning to the office worldwide, giving hope to employers that this will mean a return of pre-pandemic levels. So reports Employee Benefit News.


GM Slams Brakes on Back-To-Office Requirement  

General Motors has reassured its corporate workers that it is holding off on a requirement that they come to their physical offices at least three days a week. So reports CNBC.


What Happens When Customers Harass Your Employees? 

Most employers understand their responsibility to safeguard their employees from harassment at work by other employees and managers, but may fail to understand that duty also pertains to harassment from customers or vendors. So reports JD Supra.


Cancer Now the Top Driver of Employer Healthcare Costs

Cancer has become the leading driver of healthcare costs for large employers and is expected to get worse. So reports Human Resource Executive.


NLRB: Tesla Can't Stop Employees from Sporting Union Logos at Work

The National Labor Relations Board late last month said Tesla could not prevent its employees from donning union logos on their shirts at work. So reports Reuters.


HR Leaders Offer Tips on Countering Negative Stereotypes

Human resource professionals do not live for doling out punishments on employees or to spy for management. So reports a panel from Forbes Human Resources Council.


Reverse Mentoring Gains Momentum in Intergenerational Workplaces

While the traditional older mentor, younger mentee model remains popular, so-called reverse mentoring is gaining traction in multi-generational workplaces. So reports Employee Benefit News.


Recession Fears Fuel Job Loss Worries for Many Workers  

The prospect of layoffs and a recession have created a huge surge among workers concerned that they may lose their jobs. So report Human Resource Executive.


Former Airline Worker Wins $5M In Suit Over Anti-Abortion Messages

A former airline employee who was fired after sending her union president social media messages lambasting her for going to the 2017 Women’s March in Washington D.C. prevailed in a lawsuit. So reports Society For Human Resource Management (SHRM).


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