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Leading this brigade are IT and IT services majors like Infosys, Capgemini, and Accenture who announced plans to absorb the vaccination costs for their employees.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is looking into allegations of racial bias and hiring practices at Facebook, a probe which the agency has designated as “systemic,” Reuters reported.
Of the 32% of employers surveyed by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce who said they lost employees during the pandemic, half cited child care concerns.
Experts say legislation solidifying Bostock could prevent misinterpretations of the case law and pave the way for EEOC guidance.
The wage-subsidy program introduced by the government will come to an end in March 2021.
The Society of Occupational Medicine (SOM) has published new guidance on returning to work after COVID-19, which is aimed at workers in particular.
The decision will clarify whether Uber drivers – working in the gig economy – are considered “workers”.
Top performers are expected to receive 1.7 times the increment given to employees who “meet expectations”.
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