Yuki Noguchi

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Are There Generational Differences When It Comes To Sexual Harassment At Work?

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Is the shift in dealing with sexual harassment driven by differences in how the generations perceive the issue — or is it indicative of a shift in how we think about work?


Ending Temporary Protection For Foreign Workers Could Hurt U.S. Rebuilding Efforts

Wednesday, December 06, 2017

If the U.S. ends temporary protected status for 300,000 Caribbean and Central American workers, there are fears it will have ripple effects — especially on post-hurricane construction.


Changing the Culture at Work to Prevent Sexual Harassment

Friday, December 01, 2017

As more men are accused of sexual harassment, companies are scrambling to find prevention strategies. But are they working? 

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Sexual Harassment Cases Often Rejected By Courts

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Allegations of sexual harassment often sound like they would make a good lawsuit, but many such cases are quickly dismissed. The law sets a high bar for what constitutes sexual harassment.


Supreme Court Ruling Could Limit Workplace Harassment Claims, Advocates Say

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Recent sexual harassment allegations highlight the power of victims coming forward and revealing patterns of bad behavior. But cases before the Supreme Court could curb such claims in the workplace.


Victims Of Sexual Harassment Speak Up, But Legal Fears Can Inhibit Them

Thursday, November 09, 2017

From Hollywood to the media world, more people have decided to publicly name their alleged perpetrators, effectively turning the tables for victims who say they endured shame in silence.


Trainers, Lawyers Say Sexual Harassment Training Fails

Wednesday, November 08, 2017

The primary reason most harassment training fails is that both managers and workers regard it as a pro forma exercise aimed at limiting the employer's legal liability, trainers and lawyers say.


Harvey Weinstein Case Highlights Pitfalls Of Workplace Harassment Claims

Monday, October 16, 2017

Most employers have policies on reporting sexual harassment, and human resources officials are required to investigate those claims. But those filing the complaints can face obstacles, experts say.


No Class Action: Supreme Court Weighs Whether Workers Must Face Arbitrations Alone

Friday, October 06, 2017

Increasingly, employers require employees to resolve disputes about anything from harassment to discrimination through individual arbitration. That means they can't join class-action suits.


Co-Working Spaces Are Redefining What It Means To Go To The Office

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Part of the appeal of spaces like WeWork is flexibility; monthly membership means avoiding the commitment of a long-term lease. But the real value, the firms say, is a more innovative work culture.


After Equifax Hack, Consumers Are On Their Own. Here Are 6 Tips To Protect Your Data

Thursday, September 14, 2017

The credit-rating company last week said it was hacked, leaving 143 million consumers' personal information exposed. Equifax now faces lawsuits and investigations. Read tips on safeguarding your data.


Florida Businesses Struggle To Reopen Without Power After Irma

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Many are without power or phone service. Their ability to reopen depends on the restoration of electricity, but also on whether employees can get to work through blocked roads and downed power lines.


The Powerful Pull Of Opioids Leaves Many 'Missing' From U.S. Workforce

Friday, September 08, 2017

Opioid addiction affects people's work lives more than alcohol or other drugs, and those who struggle with it tell strikingly similar tales of deepening alienation from their careers.


Opioid Crisis Looms Over Job Market, Worrying Employers And Economists

Thursday, September 07, 2017

Companies across the U.S. say it's getting harder to find applicants and keep workers once they've been hired. Economists from the Federal Reserve to Wall Street say opioid addiction may be a factor.


Google Memo Raises Questions About Limits Of Free Speech In The Workplace

Tuesday, August 08, 2017

Google moved quickly to fire the software engineer who criticized the company's diversity programs. The engineer, James Damore, told The New York Times he has a right to express his concerns and that he will likely sue Google over the issue.


Justice Department Argues Sexual Orientation Not Protected By Civil Rights Laws

Friday, July 28, 2017

The Justice Department this week took the position that sexual orientation is not protected under civil rights discrimination laws. That contradicts a circuit court ruling from earlier this year.


Filling Labor Board Vacancies Opens Door To Unwinding Obama-era Policies

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

As the Trump administration looks to fill Republican vacancies on the National Labor Relations Board, experts expect the rollback of Obama-era labor policies to intensify.


Labor Department Starts To Roll Back Obama Overtime Rule

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

The Labor Department has started to dial back an Obama administration rule that would have made more workers eligible for overtime pay.


As Cities Raise Minimum Wages, Many States Are Rolling Them Back

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Legislatures and city halls are battling over who gets to set the minimum wage, and increasingly, the states are winning. Business groups argue that complying with disparate city laws is too complex.


Is Your Boss Too Controlling? Many Employees Clash With Micromanagers

Monday, July 17, 2017

When employees move on, it's often mentioned as the main reason for their departure. Lack of autonomy at work elevates stress hormones and can have other negative health effects, studies show.