Rahm campaigned on ending the "head tax," yet here it is again, popping up at what works out to be a 1650% increase: Chicago aldermen introduced a proposal April 19 to charge employers $33 for each employee on staff to drum up revenue for Chicago Public Schools, or CPS, budget shortfall.[...]Show More Summary
Thirteen current and former employees of Fox News are filing a class-action lawsuit in the New York Supreme Court, alleging that they experienced "abhorrent, intolerable, unlawful and hostile racial discrimination," while senior FoxShow More Summary
Bill O’Reilly might be gone, but Fox News got a fresh round of workplace trouble on Tuesday, when 11 current and former employees, including a black anchor and reporter, filed a class action suit against the network alleging “abhorrent,...Show More Summary
A group of 11 current and former Fox News employees filed a class-action lawsuit against the television network on Tuesday, claiming years of “abhorrent, intolerable” racial discrimination. The suit, filed in New York State Supreme Court...Show More Summary
A racial discrimination suit filed against Fox News and its parent company 21st Century Fox, now has 11 plaintiffs after Fox anchor Kelly Wright was added to the roster of employees suing the media powerhouse. According to Gabriel Sherman of New York magazine, the Fox anchor who co-hosts America’s...
In a report released yesterday, the CBO concludes that federal employees receive total wages and benefits that average 17 percent above what comparably skilled workers earn in large private-sector firms. The federal premium comes from...Show More Summary
Based on its pilot alone, NBC’s new sitcom Great News has a lot of intriguing topical elements in its arsenal. It’s set at a cable news network (complete with an aging host who isn’t exactly appropriate with his employees), and it’s immediately open about the office’s workplace misogyny — despite ... More »
Fox News reporter and anchor Kelly Wright is joining a group of 12 current and former employees in a lawsuit against the network.
Less than a week after terror in a tie Bill O’Reilly’s unceremonious ouster from Fox News, the media company is still embroiled in a steaming pile of crap. Eleven current and former Fox News employees have filed yet another racial discrimination suit against the company, alleging “abhorrent, intolerable, unlawful and… Read more...
Thirteen current and former Fox employees are suing the media giant for racial discrimination.
Tokyo’s famously congested public transport system will face added pressure during the games, so the government is pushing firms to break with tradition and allow employees to work from home. Julian Ryall reports. Every day, 40 million passengers travel aboard a train in the Greater Tokyo area. The subway and above-ground railway system has more...
Slow broadband and dire mobile phone reception is preventing up to four million people from working at home, according to a report. Businesses are increasingly offering more flexible working environments which means employees are no longer tied to the office. But a new report suggests that poor service from telecoms providers is making it impossible...
The administration of the University of California system pays its executives salaries and benefits significantly higher than those given to state employees in similar roles, and failed to disclose up to $175 million in budget reserve funds as it recently proposed a raise in tuition, according...
It turns out that firing Bill O’Reilly and Roger Ailes didn’t magically fix all of Fox News’ problems, as Variety is reporting that eleven current and former employees of the network have filed a class-action racial discrimination suit against Fox News. Show More Summary
Almost three in four employees are willing to share sensitive, confidential or regulated company information under certain circumstances. A third said it’s common to take confidential data when leaving a company. Those are a couple of the findings from a Dell End-User Security Survey, which finds that not only are many employees likely to share...
Palantir is settling allegations by the Department of Labor that its hiring practices for engineers discriminated against Asian people. It has agreed to pay $1,659,434 in back wages and stock options to impacted employees. It will also...Show More Summary
Just three weeks after a trio of African-American employees of Fox News Channel filed an amended complaint of racial discrimination against the much tainted cable newer, eight more individuals have joined them in a potential class action...Show More Summary
Earlier this month, United Airlines went through a PR nightmare when video surfaced of airport security physically pulling and dragging a passenger off one of their planes so one of their employees could take his seat. Just when they thought that situation was dying down – they are now being blamed for damaging a professional golfer’s […]
Uber is in the limelight again for another employee horror story after one of its engineers died by suicide. The employee's family alleges that workplace stress and racism contributed to a decline in mental health before Joseph Thomas'...Show More Summary
The legal battle between Karen Crocker, a former director of community services for Aliso Viejo, and her former employer appears as though it will continue. Crocker filed two suits in December 2016 and January 2017 alleging defamation and retaliation resulting from an incident involving her daughter and the Orange County Sheriff’s Department. A hearing was […]