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Mark Cuban: This is the new interview question employers will ask job-hunters after the pandemic. (via @CNBCMakeIt )

Just three states - including Virginia - have laws requiring employers to notify employees of COVID cases in the workplace. Do you agree with that policy?

Fair Work president Iain Ross reveals jump in employers trying to scrap or delay paying previously agreed wage increases.

Employers say that recent changes to customer capacity and other safety protocols have made this time even more difficult to navigate.

Employers added 1.8 million jobs in July, well below the 4.8 million jump in June, the Labor Department reported

Unemployment in Europe rose only slightly in May, a testament to the success of government schemes that pay the wages of workers put on furlough by their employers

Contact Tracing at Work: A Quick Guide for Employers: The elements of a safe return-to-work strategy will depend on an employer's unique situation, but one aspect should not be overlooked.        > #treasury  #risk  #CFO 

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Sec. 7508A of the tax code, which applies after declared disasters, allows administration to postpone tax collection deadlines. It does not change the underlying taxes. And employers may just keep paying rather than deal with the hassle.

With #COVID19  in the workplace, there is more at stake for both employers and employees. Lawyers in #ElPaso  said they’re getting more calls from people about COVID-19 issues at work.

LETTERS: A funding showdown at U.S. Customs & Immigration Services threatens to shutter the agency, which would be devastating for employers in health care, technology and logistics, sectors that benefit from immigrants' vital work.


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In this country Viagra is covered by insurance without question, but birth control coverage is dependent upon the religious ideals of employers/institutions. If that sounds: - misogynistic - discriminatory - irresponsible - indicative of systemic sexism that’s because it is!

When 600 agents were making a show of arresting 680 undocumented immigrants working at Mississippi processing plants, did anyone bother to arrest the employers? Or did they leave them undisturbed in the back room counting their money?

The government won't protect u from the mob. Most employers won't protect u from the mob. Advertisers won't protect u either. There's only 1 way to protect oneself from the mob: support those who stand up against the mob. SHARE THE RISK. Cuz there's only going to be more.

.: why aren’t customers saving money? Taxpayers: we lost our jobs/homes/savings but gave you a $25b bailout Workers: employers don’t pay living wages Economists: rising costs + stagnant wages = 0 savings Chase: guess we’ll never know Everyone: seriously? #MoneyMotivation 

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BREAKING: The Department of Labor just proposed a rule that aims to let government contractors fire workers who are LGBTQ, or who are pregnant and unmarried, based on the employers’ religious views. This is taxpayer-funded discrimination in the name of religion. Period.

A cynic would suggest that the government is creating ambiguity to make it easier for employers to force people to return to work, which is why I'm suggesting it.

Americans: if you are sick with fever/cough/ flu symptoms, please don’t go to work! Employers: PLEASE understand giving your employees flexibility and (paid) sick leave will save you money in the long run- it’s much cheaper than shutting down because everyone else gets sick!

Our average donation: -$18 The most common occupation of our donors: -Teachers The most common employers of our donors: -Walmart -Starbucks -Amazon -Target -U.S. Postal Service This is a campaign of, by and for the working class of America.

BREAKING: We're suing the Trump administration to block new rules allowing employers to deny insurance coverage for birth control.

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To block women's access to contraception, Kavanaugh ruled that it was "too burdensome" for employers to fill out a two page form. But to block women's access to abortion, he ruled that getting court approval for the procedure was "not burdensome enough." #WhatsAtStake