Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to step down

California Supreme Court Justice Leondra Kruger is a leading contender to replace him

Sutter Health faces lawsuit from employees over 'corrosive' cleanser

The Sacramento-based health care company saved 'millions of dollars' at the expense of their workers, says lawsuit

U.S. to lower minimum age for truck drivers who cross state lines

It's part of an apprenticeship program designed to combat the worker shortage plaguing the trucking industry

California to reinstate paid COVID-19 sick leave

A new deal will extend the benefit to Sept. 30, 2022

What are the hottest workplace culture trends in 2022?

To stay competitive, HR leaders must find ways to incorporate employees' workplace culture preferences

More than one-third of U.S. employers to maintain vaccine mandate

Despite the Supreme Court ruling, private employers can still require workers to be vaccinated

Is Google doing enough to address workers’ complaints about 'toxic' culture?

Employees past and present speak out about their experiences at the Silicon Valley juggernaut

Signs an employee is about to quit – and how to change their mind

The global skills shortage means employers are haemorrhaging talent – HR leaders reveal how to reduce turnover in 2022

Judge blocks Biden vaccine mandate for federal employees

The decision was based on the Supreme Court’s ruling regarding a similar mandate for private employers

HR PRACTICE

How internships, apprenticeships and mentorships can assist companies during the Great Resignation

Showing vulnerability and leading with compassion is how financial giant made it through the pandemic

What's inside KFC's secret recipe? Chief people officer says it’s a mix of sustainability, innovation, and a commitment to caring

Swedish startup allows companies to promote fitness and exercise through classes via Slack and Microsoft Teams

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