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Women Gain California Board Seats, but Where Are the Women of Color?

Despite representative gains for women, the distribution has not been proportionate when subdivided along racial and ethnic lines.

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HR Manager Pleads Guilty to Defrauding Employer Through Payroll

Douglas Wold, 48, of Meridian, pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud, one count of mail fraud, and one count of money laundering.

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Workers at Volvo Trucks Vote Against Contract Proposal

Unionized workers at the Volvo Trucks North America plant in Pulaski County rejected the tentative five-year contract.

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Workplace Experts Advise Caution As CDC Lifts Mask Recommendations

Employees and customers will still need to follow the COVID-19 safety rules set by individual businesses—including mask mandates.

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Workers Say Meat Processor Caused Staff, Family Coronavirus Deaths

Pilgrim’s Pride has been taken to court by an employee claiming the meat processor disregarded worker safety and failed to protect employees.

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NLRB to Hold Hearing on Alleged ‘Objectionable Conduct’ in Amazon Union Vote

The outcome of the May 7 hearing could be significant for the labor and employment world, given the high-profile nature of the Amazon election.

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Worker With Cancer Sacked on the Spot Awarded £2.5m Pay Out

An employee who was sacked following a series of terse emails to colleagues has been awarded £2.5m by an employment tribunal for unfair dismissal.

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Employers That Mandate Vaccines Defend Their Policies

The law on mandatory vaccinations “is rapidly evolving and differs from place to place,” said Robin Samuel, an attorney with Baker McKenzie in Los Angeles.

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HRG acquires Capstone HR Services

Lexington-based Hanna Resource Group (HRG), a human resource and business consultation company, announced the acquisition of Capstone HR Services, which will be the cornerstone of a new HRG office in Paducah.

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Saudi HR Ministry Records 2,039 Labor Violations

The inspection tours, carried out between March 18-24, recorded 2,039 violations.