The railroad told employees that starting next month it will make several small changes in the formula it uses to determine whether workers are missing too many shifts.
WEDNESDAY, May 18, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- It's getting hotter and hotter outside due to global warming and, as a result, outdoor workers in southwestern states are increasingly vulnerable to heat-related illnesses.
Meatpacking plants were an early epicenter of the virus and seeded coronavirus in surrounding communities.
'The Guardian' reports that Amazon saw sales increase by 44% in the first three months of 2021, bringing in $8.1 billion in profit.
At the height of the pandemic, as the coronavirus infected tens of thousands of meat industry workers and caused hundreds to die, executives a…
The US Food and Drug Administration announced Monday that it has expanded approval of the COVID-19 drug remdesivir to treat patients as young as 28 days old. Here's that and more COVID news.
Volunteers and workers in Shanghai have erected metal barriers in multiple districts to block off small streets and entrances to apartment complexes as China hardens its strict “zero-COVID” approach in its largest city. On social media, people posted videos of the new barriers with some expressing anger over the measures. In one video, residents broke down the mesh fence barricade. Barriers have been put up in several neighborhoods in Shanghai's financial district. Buildings where cases have been found sealed up their main entrances, with a small opening for pandemic prevention workers to pass through. China reported 21,796 new infections on Sunday, most of them asymptomatic cases in Shanghai. In Beijing, a district of 3 million people will be tested starting Monday.
The men came after 2 a.m. on Tuesday in the dead of the night, banging on an apartment door in a rundown housing complex in Shanghai. When nobody answered, they pried open the lock and barged in, rousing a 92-year-old woman from her bed.
A judge has ordered Amazon to reinstate a worker who was fired for his involvement in safety protests outside its warehouse.
The Tyson Immigration Partnership which helps get legal services for workers applying for citizenship, has been supported for the last year at 7 Tyson sites, including its beef plant in Dakota City and its pork and turkey plants in Storm Lake.
"Right now, as we speak, there are labor brokers on the project with a number of workers who are being paid in cash," said Felicia Hilton, the political director of the North Central States Regional Council of Carpenters.
Customers and drivers of food delivery apps like Grubhub and Doordash have been victims of physical and sexual assaults, and the companies rep…
Walmart workers who once unloaded trucks now have a chance to drive them, and the retailer is also raising pay for its 12,000 truck drivers.
Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving made his first appearance of the season on the team's home court Sunday after being sidelined by a Covid-19 vaccine mandate.
“We are very committed to Omaha,” Charles Schwab CEO Walt Bettinger said. The company, which merged with Omaha's TD Ameritrade, now has about 2,400 local workers and is adding more.
Many employees moved to remote work during COVID-19, a trend that's likely to stick around, experts say. But other pandemic effects, such as labor shortages and pay increases, are likely to be short-term changes.
Among Americans with jobs that can be done remotely, 59% say they still are working from home much or all of the time, according to a new survey released Wednesday by the Pew Research Center.
For the first time in two years for many people, the American workplace is transforming into something that resembles pre-pandemic days, but COVID-19 hospitalization rates among children increased as Omicron replaced Delta as the predominant coronavirus variant in the United States. Here's that and more COVID news.
Demonstrators in Paris took part in a vehicle protest against virus restrictions inspired by Canada’s horn-honking truckers, and in the Netherlands, dozens of trucks and other vehicles arrived in The Hague for a similar virus-related protest. Here's that and more COVID news.
Public discontent with America's pandemic-battered economy obscures the good news: Even after inflation, most of the country has been coming out ahead.
The clock is ticking toward the deadline for unvaccinated health care workers in Nebraska and 24 other states that had challenged the requirement to get their first COVID shots.
"In the airport it's a bit scary, it's almost like a hospital that was treating COVID patients in the second wave."
Miles of copper wiring used for streetlights along Interstate 80 exit ramps have been stolen, concerning and frustrating city officials.