Chinese firms seen to fall short on addressing sexual misconduct face possible talent loss, say activists.
Most US employees on average want to work from home at least two days per week after the pandemic ends, research finds.
ESG promises positive returns for people and the planet but is facing growing charges of greenwashing.
Largest South African metalworkers union calls an indefinite strike after salary talks with employer bodies fail.
Tamil Nadu second Indian state to enshrine ‘right to sit’ in law, citing health risks for retail workers – mostly women.
The ECJ has said companies can ban religious garb in the workplace, but the ruling comes with conditions.
Employees at three Starbucks locations in the Buffalo, New York area have petitioned to join Workers United.
The 35-year veteran of Swiss Bank says he was subjected to a ‘punishing workload’ and ‘toxic’ environment.
The move, which will help part-time drivers who lack access to most benefits, may curry favour with Beijing.
Major international retailers and trade unions extend their agreement on ensuring workplace safety at the factories.
A previous vote at the GM plant in Silao in April was thrown out after Mexico found irregularities in the election.
It is rare for migrant workers, who make up one-fifth of India’s 100 million workforce, to be targeted for state help.
Foreign workers trying to get back to home countries are stuck in limbo at hotels across Dubai due to the pandemic.
Allegations of sexual harassment and discrimination tarnish image of developer of Diablo and Warcraft games.