Under federal law, you can be fired for saying "ok boomer" but not for millennial put-downs.
By Elizabeth C. Tippett, The Conversation
A third of American women say they’ve been sexually harassed or abused in the workplace, according to a new poll, highlighting an issue roiling the political, media and entertainment industries.
By Laura Santhanam
In 2016 women who worked year-round and full-time earned, on average, around 81 cents for every dollar earned by men. Though still substantial, the difference in women’s average earnings relative to men’s has narrowed considerably since the 1970s.
By Francine D. Blau, Lawrence M. Kahn
Fatal workplace shootings, like the one Monday in Orlando, Florida, are ticking upward in the United States, government statistics show.
By Laurie Kellman, Associated Press
By Joanna Lahey
Here's some practical advice on what "older" women workers can do to get hired.
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The Supreme Court ruled Monday that employees who speak out against discrimination in the workplace are entitled to legal protection from retribution. Marcia Coyle explains the court's decision.
As research of preventative genetic testing increases, many fear the impact this information can have on employment and health-insurance practices -- leading the Senate to vote Thursday to ban genetic-based discrimination. An expert on genetics examines the issue.
Journalist Judy Woodruff reports on how young Americans are changing the workplace with new ideas on how the professional world should operate.
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